Do Five Guys fries have dairy?

Do Five Guys fries have dairy?

Do Five Guys fries have dairy?

No Dairy (Milk-Based) Ingredients (see disclaimer below) The Fries are reportedly made in their own fryer (in peanut oil), but verify before ordering at your location. It looks like all of the shake mix-ins are made without milk, but the shake base itself is dairy.

What do they fry Five Guys fries in?

Instead of cutting corners with cheaper oil, Five Guys refuses to use anything but peanut oil. “Lots of people prefer to use hydrogenated oils for a crisper fry, but we want that melt-in-your-mouth buttery taste that nonhydrogenated oil offers,” Murrell said.

Are Five Guys fries cooked in peanut oil?

Five Guys only uses peanut oil. If you have a nut allergy, you're out of luck. The chain only uses peanut oil for cooking.

Can you buy a bag of potatoes from Five Guys?

Five Guys fries are always super fresh When you walk into any Five Guys, you'll notice right away big bags of potatoes are stacked everywhere. Those bags of potatoes aren't a fast food prop — they're merely fries that haven't yet reached their final form (via Fox News).

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