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I'm issuing a challenge for people to buy a junk food burger, take it out of the wrapper, put it in a ziplock bag with a tiny opening in the zipper for air to keep it fresh, and just leave it out in the sun (or if it's cold maybe on your counter) and just take photos of it every 3 days or every day. And make a note of how it smells when you put your nose up to the little air hole in the bag's small zipper opening.
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And then post the photos.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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Forget organic labels on food, the first thing we need is a certification label that it's fit for consumption by bacteria!
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
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but.... the bun was in a tin can, and it wasn't flaky, like it was not dried out?
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
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but.... the bun was in a tin can, and it wasn't flaky, like it was not dried out?
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That's a separate issue vs rotting/mold.

Their buns hold together because of additives likes gums.

And McDonald's gave that answer because it's true. If you've ever worked in a restaurant and looked under kitchen equipment or in the dry storage. There's always food kicked under stuff. It sits there and dries out. It doesn't rot. Moisture + bacteria ≈ rot
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
 Quoting: benjamin7762


but.... the bun was in a tin can, and it wasn't flaky, like it was not dried out?
 Quoting: benjamin7762


That's a separate issue vs rotting/mold.

Their buns hold together because of additives likes gums.

And McDonald's gave that answer because it's true. If you've ever worked in a restaurant and looked under kitchen equipment or in the dry storage. There's always food kicked under stuff. It sits there and dries out. It doesn't rot. Moisture + bacteria ≈ rot
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So like.... there's no need for freeze driers just leave it out on the counter for 20 years and then add a little water and it's good to go?
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Bump 5 Star and Green from me :-)

I actually knew of this 30 years ago, before vegy woke, what is shared was public, when we used to give out such info on bits of paper and flyers and talks etc...

The very first time someone did it, I used to have the original underground newspaper info on it, an Science degree post grad who noticed after a month unhygeinic hippie etc, it was not decompossing as should and the bugs left it alone (mcdonalds) on shelf, copared to other food left in student place...

So they set up a proper one man study...

Though not officially as such.

Is true, has been repeated many times.

(SNIP for personally indendifiable of probably only one person doing it info) and gave info on what McDonalds was doiing in the Amazon, outside their stores, before woke was a flash in the eye of their parents.

Nice to bump share this Info again, than yet people still eat there????

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And how and why?

Does it not fit your meme or narrative.

It is something that has been repeated independentaly many times by many people now over the years.

McDonalds do not decompose due the preservatives and chemicals put in them, unlike other foods, at the same rate, by fungus, and pests bugs insects etc tend to dissaprove compared to other food sources.

Obviously Flies, rats, roaches are differant, but in the way I said its been repeated many many times!

It's a proven scientific fact.

Because that is all science is, the same result, by doing the same thing, independentaly verified.

Like cooking, is just chemistry, cakes rise if prepared in a certain way, a scientific fact.

Gravity pulls things down the centre of the biggest mass closets to the thing being acted on at for example on the earth 10m/s

On earth Current McDonalds processing and ingredients means they do not rot, decompose or are attractive to most pests, when not eaten by a human, unlike other foods.

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Someone on youtube will buy it and eat it
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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The cheeseburger was not dried out. It was fresh and still had plenty of moisture on the meat, bun and cheese.

My homemade hamburger rolls grew mold after sitting on my counter for five days last week. If I left cooked meat in a sealed container, it would have maggots after some time. If I leave cheese out too long, mold grows on it.

However, I have found 2 seven month old McDonald's hamburgers in my friend's car that didn't have any mold on them. French fries, too. Ants won't even eat that shit.
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Couple months from now, he'll wish he still had it.


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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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Pure bullshit! You probably just ate one or are addicte(YES THEY ARE ADDICTIVE). I won't explain the science. You have already made your mind up.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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I've been saying that since the first time someone noticed that a McDonald's hamburger didn't rot away after years of being dried out.

Breaking news, twenty year old bag of beef jerky didn't rot!

Breaking news, twenty year old bread crumbs didn't rot.

I told people that hamburger bun left out on the counter wouldn't mold and they claimed I was saying that a loaf of bread wont get mold.

People are jusy happy being idiots.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
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LOL. They are reprobate. They fix on a belief and nothing will get through to change it.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81456562


The cheeseburger was not dried out. It was fresh and still had plenty of moisture on the meat, bun and cheese.

My homemade hamburger rolls grew mold after sitting on my counter for five days last week. If I left cooked meat in a sealed container, it would have maggots after some time. If I leave cheese out too long, mold grows on it.

However, I have found 2 seven month old McDonald's hamburgers in my friend's car that didn't have any mold on them. French fries, too. Ants won't even eat that shit.
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I still eat a McDonald's hamburger, and a coke every day for lunch.

The other day on my 101 birthday my great grand kids bought me a sandwich saying it would be better for me, and I threw it in the trash, and walked to McDonald's for my burger and coke.

The only thing I don't like about McDonald's is they won't let me smoke my cigars in there.
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more to the point, people have posted at GLP and other sites how they have placed McDonald's "food" at locations where the response of wild animals to the crap can be observed - and in EVERY case, no animal will touch McDonald's crap. They sometimes come close, take a whiff, then take off the other way. Now THAT should be an indicator of something to avoid.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81456562


brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
 Quoting: benjamin7762


but.... the bun was in a tin can, and it wasn't flaky, like it was not dried out?
 Quoting: benjamin7762


That's a separate issue vs rotting/mold.

Their buns hold together because of additives likes gums.

And McDonald's gave that answer because it's true. If you've ever worked in a restaurant and looked under kitchen equipment or in the dry storage. There's always food kicked under stuff. It sits there and dries out. It doesn't rot. Moisture + bacteria ≈ rot
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It is all processed. There is no life in it to spoil. Nitrate and nitrite. Sorry reprobate. You are wrong but are not able to see it. That is the definition of 'reprobate'. Trying to get your kind to understand is like trying to get a puppy to understand.
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Should have just bumped this thread:

Thread: McDonald's hamburger from 1999 looks exactly the same today
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brilliant my friend.... that's what mcdonalds told fox news as I recall.
 Quoting: benjamin7762


but.... the bun was in a tin can, and it wasn't flaky, like it was not dried out?
 Quoting: benjamin7762


That's a separate issue vs rotting/mold.

Their buns hold together because of additives likes gums.

And McDonald's gave that answer because it's true. If you've ever worked in a restaurant and looked under kitchen equipment or in the dry storage. There's always food kicked under stuff. It sits there and dries out. It doesn't rot. Moisture + bacteria ≈ rot
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81456562


So like.... there's no need for freeze driers just leave it out on the counter for 20 years and then add a little water and it's good to go?
 Quoting: benjamin7762




Excelent but he can't see it.
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These videos are so dumb. Did you know, you can kill your own cow, grind it to burger meat, cook the burger. Then make a dough for buns, bake those, then assemble the burger. You now have a 100% natural burger. Put it in your closet. In a month it will have dried out but will look identical to the original fresh burger.

Why? Because there's not enough humidity to produce bacterial growth. Aka the food dries out before it can rot. Doesn't matter the ingredients.
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I'd hit it.
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Jeebus...kind of scary, what is in it?

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And how and why?

Does it not fit your meme or narrative.

It is something that has been repeated independentaly many times by many people now over the years.

McDonalds do not decompose due the preservatives and chemicals put in them, unlike other foods, at the same rate, by fungus, and pests bugs insects etc tend to dissaprove compared to other food sources.

Obviously Flies, rats, roaches are differant, but in the way I said its been repeated many many times!

It's a proven scientific fact.

Because that is all science is, the same result, by doing the same thing, independentaly verified.

Like cooking, is just chemistry, cakes rise if prepared in a certain way, a scientific fact.

Gravity pulls things down the centre of the biggest mass closets to the thing being acted on at for example on the earth 10m/s

On earth Current McDonalds processing and ingredients means they do not rot, decompose or are attractive to most pests, when not eaten by a human, unlike other foods.

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Just because people like to believe it's true, doesn't mean it's true. Sure it's been talked about, a negative publicity against one company or another. They all do that to each other, still, doesn't mean it's true.
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I still eat a McDonald's hamburger, and a coke every day for lunch.

The other day on my 101 birthday my great grand kids bought me a sandwich saying it would be better for me, and I threw it in the trash, and walked to McDonald's for my burger and coke.

The only thing I don't like about McDonald's is they won't let me smoke my cigars in there.
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The same anti-fast food propaganda has been floated every year for nearly fifty years and from what I've been told, variations of the propaganda existed long before that including coca cola will dissolve a tooth which is also, total bullshit. The reason the food lasts longer is because it's fried and high in sodium which kills any potential bacteria, anyone can recreate the same effects at home by making their own high sodium buns and meat and then frying it at high temperature, works with french fries too. That's good old fashioned science but a gynecologist with an IQ of eighty on twitter says the food is dangerous so it must be.

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