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How McDonald's makes their fries: Video reveals secrets behind the popular potato strips at the fast food joint

 
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everytime I eat McDonalds crap, I get thousands of pimples in my face

this is garbage in your organism.
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It's not because of McDonalds.
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10/21/2012 02:18 PM
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McDonalds fries are made and the potatoes grown just down the highway from me. I can vouch it's all real and non gmo. The French fry plant is beautiful and clean and modern. The only bad thing is the canola oil the fries are fried in.
 Quoting: David Fap


If a company like McDonald's is forthright in providing this information, it is disinformation. They will only tell you what they want you to know.

Of course they are GMO. They are bred to be the perfect size, perfect colour, texture, and harvest volume.

Nobody can tell me that McDonald's fries are natural fried potatoes the way you and I would make them at home. I soak mine too.

I grow 4 varieties of potatoes in my garden and when I make homemade fries they are NOTHING like McDonald's. They are waaaaay better.

bsflag

Sorry.
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick

Well, McD's Canada blanches them (in place of soaking), then adds back a dextrose solution (so they will be more golden on the surface) and an unspecified anti-graying agent. Then it pre-fries them (how is unspecified) in the factory for about a minute before freezing them and sending them to a restaurant.

That could account for some difference I think.
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What a load of crap. That seriously not better convince anyone...

My question would of been, why does ur shit food never age.
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LOL THIS!!!!!
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its called Salt you retards, Salt has been used too preserve food for thousands of years before refridgerators
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Or, the unspecified anti-graying agent.

Do you people even pay attention to the video? They do some weird stuff, and it's right there in the video!
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McDonalds fries are made and the potatoes grown just down the highway from me. I can vouch it's all real and non gmo. The French fry plant is beautiful and clean and modern. The only bad thing is the canola oil the fries are fried in.
 Quoting: David Fap


If a company like McDonald's is forthright in providing this information, it is disinformation. They will only tell you what they want you to know.

Of course they are GMO. They are bred to be the perfect size, perfect colour, texture, and harvest volume.

Nobody can tell me that McDonald's fries are natural fried potatoes the way you and I would make them at home. I soak mine too.

I grow 4 varieties of potatoes in my garden and when I make homemade fries they are NOTHING like McDonald's. They are waaaaay better.

bsflag

Sorry.
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick

Well, McD's Canada blanches them (in place of soaking), then adds back a dextrose solution (so they will be more golden on the surface) and an unspecified anti-graying agent. Then it pre-fries them (how is unspecified) in the factory for about a minute before freezing them and sending them to a restaurant.

That could account for some difference I think.




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10/21/2012 02:28 PM
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I enjoyed that, thank you, karma to you!
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10/21/2012 02:33 PM
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Check this out



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10/21/2012 02:34 PM
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Check this out



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Thats merican mcdonalds.
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Wow

That process is drastically different than the process in the US!

They first take wood grain, potatoe paste and farmaldahyde into a forming mixture

From there, the liquid is dumped into a "potatoe cake square mold" then flash frozen. After freezing a conveyer takes them to a slicing block where a specified number of fries is precisely cut from each mold.
From there it's onto bagging and to your local McDonald's store!

It's much more cost effective and healthier for the life of the fry. US fries cost 80% less than those used for McDonalds Canada and we are lucky the USDA allows such methods that would never be tolerated by other governments for human consumption!
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Wow :-)

China banned the use of potassium bromate in flour in 2005, as did several Western countries, including the European Union, Australia and New Zealand. It is still permitted in the US and Japan?

[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]
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Bromated high glucose flour makes really good pizza dough.
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found 4 month old macdonalds fries under my car seat, looked as fresh as the day I bought them.
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Proccessed/fast food free for 7 years now and tv free for 10 years now, best part one by one my family followed me, at first they kicked and screamed, now they are all health nuts and exercise freaks, lol.
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Re: How McDonald's makes their fries: Video reveals secrets behind the popular potato strips at the fast food joint
What a load of crap. That seriously not better convince anyone...

My question would of been, why does ur shit food never age.
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LOL THIS!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25627574


its called Salt you retards, Salt has been used too preserve food for thousands of years before refridgerators
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18808660


canny

If they use enough salt for it to be preserved, then it is an insanely dangerous amount of sodium for your consumption. Did you even think before you wrote that statement?
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10/22/2012 07:48 AM
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Re: How McDonald's makes their fries: Video reveals secrets behind the popular potato strips at the fast food joint
Wow

That process is drastically different than the process in the US!

They first take wood grain, potatoe paste and farmaldahyde into a forming mixture

From there, the liquid is dumped into a "potatoe cake square mold" then flash frozen. After freezing a conveyer takes them to a slicing block where a specified number of fries is precisely cut from each mold.
From there it's onto bagging and to your local McDonald's store!

It's much more cost effective and healthier for the life of the fry. US fries cost 80% less than those used for McDonalds Canada and we are lucky the USDA allows such methods that would never be tolerated by other governments for human consumption!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21300769


Wow :-)

China banned the use of potassium bromate in flour in 2005, as did several Western countries, including the European Union, Australia and New Zealand. It is still permitted in the US and Japan?

[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]
 Quoting: smilesun


Bromated high glucose flour makes really good pizza dough.
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Pizza is undoubtedly one of the world's best known foods. In Italy people eat a lot of pizza. Here's How to Eat Pizza: 7 steps (with pictures)

[link to www.wikihow.com]
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10/22/2012 07:56 AM
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Re: How McDonald's makes their fries: Video reveals secrets behind the popular potato strips at the fast food joint
Wow

That process is drastically different than the process in the US!

They first take wood grain, potatoe paste and farmaldahyde into a forming mixture

From there, the liquid is dumped into a "potatoe cake square mold" then flash frozen. After freezing a conveyer takes them to a slicing block where a specified number of fries is precisely cut from each mold.
From there it's onto bagging and to your local McDonald's store!

It's much more cost effective and healthier for the life of the fry. US fries cost 80% less than those used for McDonalds Canada and we are lucky the USDA allows such methods that would never be tolerated by other governments for human consumption!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21300769


Wow :-)

China banned the use of potassium bromate in flour in 2005, as did several Western countries, including the European Union, Australia and New Zealand. It is still permitted in the US and Japan?

[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]
 Quoting: smilesun



China is the world leader of poison in foods... wtf
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Re: How McDonald's makes their fries: Video reveals secrets behind the popular potato strips at the fast food joint
Wow

That process is drastically different than the process in the US!

They first take wood grain, potatoe paste and farmaldahyde into a forming mixture

From there, the liquid is dumped into a "potatoe cake square mold" then flash frozen. After freezing a conveyer takes them to a slicing block where a specified number of fries is precisely cut from each mold.
From there it's onto bagging and to your local McDonald's store!

It's much more cost effective and healthier for the life of the fry. US fries cost 80% less than those used for McDonalds Canada and we are lucky the USDA allows such methods that would never be tolerated by other governments for human consumption!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21300769


Wow :-)

China banned the use of potassium bromate in flour in 2005, as did several Western countries, including the European Union, Australia and New Zealand. It is still permitted in the US and Japan?

[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]
 Quoting: smilesun



China is the world leader of poison in foods... wtf
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Yes. Foodborne illness (also foodborne disease and colloquially referred to as food poisoning ) is any illness resulting from the consumption of contaminated food , pathogenic bacteria , viruses , or parasites that contaminate food, as well as chemical or natural toxins such as poisonous mushrooms.
United States - Each year in the US 31 major food borne pathogens cause 9.4 million cases of food borne illness, 55,961 hospitalizations, and 2612 deaths.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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10/22/2012 09:36 AM
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Hmmmmmmmmmm... seems like the video is missing a very important bit.

The section where MArio comes on - he doesn;t explain the part when 200 different flavorings and chemicals are added.

well i guess what you don;t know won't hurt you.
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I enjoyed that, thank you, karma to you!
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Thank you.
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Blanching, added dextrose, some other additive I couldn't make out from the video, remove the moisture.... It's no longer potatoe! Also the "vegetable oil" answer was too vague. It is most likely a GMO soy, cottonseed oil blend. Which if you read up on cottonseed oil it's terrible! We should never ingest cotton anything.
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best fries are at wendy's. they're short and thick, like my cock
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They dont use transfats / hydrogenated oils in Cali, at least.

[link to www.bantransfats.com]
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Blanching, added dextrose, some other additive I couldn't make out from the video, remove the moisture.... It's no longer potatoe! Also the "vegetable oil" answer was too vague. It is most likely a GMO soy, cottonseed oil blend. Which if you read up on cottonseed oil it's terrible! We should never ingest cotton anything.
 Quoting: MyAffliction


I thought possibly rapeseed..that mostly manufactured in Canada. However I do differentiate a difference in taste. The oils used in certain fast food leave my mouth with a waxy feeling. often times giving heartburn or a nauseated feeling after. Its become so bad I cannot no longer stand the smell of fast food. Whether its McD's, steak and shake or wendys.

I since have been cooking at home with either butter or lard.

During the summer I was grilling burgers and had an unopened box of onion rings in the freezer and decided to fry them in the deep fryer with lard. About 5-10 min into cooking I checked on the fryer and, noticed the lard was bubbling over (like there was some sort of soap in the batch). The bubbles not easily popping like normal...overflowing.

Its lucky I use the fryer only outside or in the garage (to pevent the smell in the house). Boy, what a mess it made.
Whatever coating was used was meant for baking and not frying. Definately not natural.
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The McDonalds I went to was out of ice cream.

I love McDonalds. I live for that food. I only eat it twice a day though. But I use to work for McDonalds and we would put three times more salt on the fries at least.
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why didnt he eat any, I want to see him eat some.
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That is so inhumane to those potatoes. How can you skin them alive like that? I'm never gonna eat a vegetable again.
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Why McDonald's French fries never go old?
but you still eat them.
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Re: How McDonald's makes their fries: Video reveals secrets behind the popular potato strips at the fast food joint
What a load of crap. That seriously not better convince anyone...

My question would of been, why does ur shit food never age.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25666544




LOL THIS!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25627574


its called Salt you retards, Salt has been used too preserve food for thousands of years before refridgerators
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18808660


Or, the unspecified anti-graying agent.

Do you people even pay attention to the video? They do some weird stuff, and it's right there in the video!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23597994



Or the fact that he DID NOT answer the question about what kind of oil they use....

"VEGETABLE" oil covers a very broad spectrum of "oils".
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