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Are McDonald's french fries bad?
You be the judge: According to McDonalds this is a list of the ingredients in their fries: Potatoes, vegetable oil (canola oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, natural beef fl…avor [wheat and milk derivatives]*), citric acid (preservative), dextrose, sodium acid pyrophosphate (maintain color), salt. Prepared in vegetable oil ((may contain one of the following: Canola oil, corn oil, soybean oil, hydrogenated soybean oil with TBHQ and citric acid added to preserve freshness), dimethylpolysiloxane added as an antifoaming agent). * CONTAINS: WHEAT AND MILK (Natural beef flavor contains hydrolyzed wheat and hydrolyzed milk as starting ingredients).
McDonalds uses a 2 step cooking material for their fries. They are chopped, precooked(This is called blanching, it blast cooks the middle to ensure they are cooked thoroughly… once at the restaurant) then bagged. Then they are shipped off to Micky D's all over the world where they are dumped into a frybasket, and deepfried, (set on timers so every order is cooked evenly) They are cooked for exactly 3 minutes 10 seconds, and after 35 seconds they are shaked, and put back until they are done.
They are put in to a special oil that makes them yellow, which then is fried while inside the oil. so theyre fried
A small Fry is like maybe $1.00, and the large is maybe, like $2.00 to the least.
They are probably made of deep fried potatoe sticks covered in salt.
It is very simple.McDonalds French Fries is 100% FAT 0% Nutrition
McDonald's French fries are made of VOMIT. As in throw up.
This is the email reply I received: Thank you for your telephone e-mail regarding McDonald's cooking procedures and whether we include Halal products within the range. Alth…ough I can confirm that none of our products carry Halal certification, all of our products are cooked separately, beef patties are cooked on a griddle and our Filet, French Fries, Apple Pies and Vegetable Deluxe are cooked in vegetable oil using dedicated cooking vats. These vats are exclusively for the purpose of cooking a specific product and that product alone. Due to the order of rotation during the filtering of the vats, there is a possibility the100% vegetable oil used to cook the vegetable patty may come into contact with the 100% vegetable oil used to cook the chicken and/or fish products. Whilst every possible precaution is taken in order to prevent cross contamination during this filtering process, we cannot categorically state this would never occur. The French Fries, which have been approved by the Vegetarian Society, are cooked using different equipment and are entirely segregated from the other products; therefore this product is not affected.
They're just potatoes immersed in boiling fat.
Small french fries has 230 calories
168 degrees Celsius
they cook it in a fryer with oiil also with a combination of spit
It usually depends what McDonald You In & What Size They Are.
no because i have done this experiment 101 times and no im 12