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originally posted by: rickymouse
Sounds like they may be putting celery powder into the burger as a preservative. They can use celery powder in bacon and call it natural. If you dry nitrates, they become nitrites. The celery powder is not regulated like the chemical nitrites though because all celery powders contain nitrites. If you dry parsley, it forms nitrites also, it actually acts as a preservative when you put parsley in your dish for the picnic. But beware, it can still get all messed up if a seagul poops in it. And do not think you can abuse the preservative value, you can still get food poisoning if it sits out too long or if there is some mold in the miracle whip bottle because someone stuck a dirty spoon in it to get out some more miracle whip..
cook it up it throws off a lot lf grease and that grease happens to be a dark greenish as it rolls of the hamburger