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What are McDonald's fries made of?
They are put in to a special oil that makes them yellow, which then is fried while inside the oil. so theyre fried
They are probably made of deep fried potatoe sticks covered in salt.
McDonald's French fries are made of VOMIT. As in throw up.
McDonalds french fries are bad for you because of the fact that they are fried and have a lot of salt on them, but they do taste very good!
They're just potatoes immersed in boiling fat.
"pigs guts and chicken toes," said the idiot. Then he attempted rational thought on his own...and withered away.
There actually is none believe it or not. French Frys are one of the very few items on the Mcdonalds menu without sugar. Even their salads have sugar (dressings)
McDonald's fries are generally gluten-free, as long as the individual restaurant follows McDonald's procedures. You might want to ask to make sure that they use a dedicated fr…yer - they make the fries in a machine that is only used for making fries. This is normally done in most McDonalds and the result is fries that are gluten-free. There is no gluten in the potato or the oil. A few restaurants may contaminate the oil by cooking breaded chicken in the oil.
it is a thing you eat
In the United States they use a beef byproduct to flavor the fries, so it would not be considered vegetarian.
no because i have done this experiment 101 times and no im 12
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So, were I live, a large fry at McDonald's is $1.99 BUT, that's were I live.
McDonald's fries are made from potatoes, but they contain preservatives and are cooked in oil.
Yes, there are.