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reply to post by imd12c4funn
I have to say, the overwhelming preference for the whopper does not surprise me one bit. Burger King burgers have the advantage of flame grilling, which adds a certain taste which is lacking in McDonalds products. It tastes more like good honest food. What I think would be far more interesting, is to see a bunch of people who have never eaten real, honest, home slaughtered, home cooked meat dishes from around the world, react to the sensation of having unprocessed meat for the first time!
I just wonder if this type of research? is contaminating peoples culture and way of life/
reply to post by eManym
You should have tasted what passed for hamburgers in Desert Storm.I think it may have been camel meat.
For that matter how were the big macs prepared? Were they nuked while the whoppers were fresh cooked? That would make a difference as well.
I would add that the people go through the processing as well to see slaughter and how to cut and how to prepare hamburger, sausage, tripe, toungue etc...
Then finally dish up a plate/