How McDonald’s makes their world famous french fries

Colin Joliat Alcohol & Food Editor

People still believe that fast food joints take every opportunity to make their food as bad as it can be. The truth is, aside from being mass produced, it’s often the same as you favorite neighborhood joint. McDonald’s Canada continues their behind the scenes look at their food making process with this farm to factory journey of the french fries.

McDonalds just keeps on crushing the haters. Why can’t you just leave their food alone? Their fries are delicious, and to be honest I’d continue eating them even if they were formed from plastic and cooked in battery acid. More importantly, am I really supposed to be pronouncing the word pro-cess?

How McDonald’s Makes Their French Fries [Neatorama]

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