Why is McDonald's food so addictive?

Why is McDonald's food so addictive?

Why is McDonald's food so addictive?

What makes McD's food so addictive is the fat content in all of its foods. Fat content increases flavor in foods. So the addictive component of McD's foods is the fat in such items as buns, bisquits, chicken, fries, burgers, shakes, sodas, breakfast burritos, bacon, sausage, etc.

What kind of sugar is in Mcdonalds Fries?

Does Mcdonalds add sugar to their fries? Yes, McDonald's french fries are made with real potatoes. Dextrose, a natural sugar, to keep the color consistent and sodium acid pyrophosphate, to keep the fries from graying, for starters.

What makes the Fries at McDonald's so good?

That red and yellow cardboard sleeve. Those perfectly-cooked, golden shoestrings of fluffy, starchy potato. That one-two combo punch of sugar and salt. When McDonald's french fries are bad, they're still pretty good, and when they're good, they're extraordinary.

Can you add sugar to MCD's french fries?

– Oddthinking ♦ Jul 19 '11 at 4:08 Fries contain enough starch and other carbohydrates that get turned into sugars in the body that any small amount that might be added to them would have no effect. Also, McD wouldn't lie about their product content, as that'd make them liable to be sued to destruction, so if they don't list it it's not in there.

What are the ingredients in McDonald's french fries?

These are the ingredients you'd be surprised are in the McDonald's food you're eating. Those McDonald's french fries we all love contain sodium acid pyrophosphate (or SAPP). What's that?

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