McDonalds Are Taking Long-Life Food To A Whole New Level
I always had a bit of suspicion around the idea of fast food shelf-life after once leaving a Cheeseburger in my car for a few days (by accident, and it was over 10 years ago – back when I used to eat that stuff!). Anyway, it still looked good enough to eat, which was oddly worrying. Of course I never thought to fully test out it’s durability, but this writer did. Visit The Consumerist to see the full story. Ewwwwwwww.
“It smelled delicious for a few days. I’d get a whiff of those yummy French fries every time I walked into my office. After a week or so, you could hardly smell it. My husband worried that when the food began to decompose, there would be a terrible odor in our home. He also worried the food would attract ants and mice. He questioned my sanity.
NOPE, no worries at all. My Happy Meal is one year old today and it looks pretty good. It NEVER smelled bad. The food did NOT decompose. It did NOT get moldy, at all.”
I’m thinking you might wanna re-think that post drinking late-night snack?
Life is Now. Press Play.
PS: I didn’t eat it when I found it. But I was tempted!
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