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9 Myths About Fast Food you Might Have Thought Were True

Who doesn’t love eating out sometimes?  First, It’s easier than making food at home. Second, People tend to eat at restaurants cause they want something different than home cooking specialties. But, there is a lot to say about what is real and what is fake happening in those restaurants. 

Many people have made up many rumors about each and every one of them. 

We’re here to separate REAL fact from FAKE by exposing commonly believed fast food myths.

#1 There isn’t actually chicken in the chicken McNuggets

There were rumors about MCDONALD’S that their McNuggets are not made with real chicken. Instead, they are made with a light pink substance that is similar to the texture of ice cream. It's never been the case, the pink stuff is mechanically separated meat. However, since 2003, McDonald’s menu item has been made with all white chicken meat.

#2 Mcdonald’s burgers contain body parts

Mcdonald’s finds itself in the middle of very strange position when it comes to rumors about their food. Many rumors that are about this place claim that there are body parts in the meals. If you imagine it ! oh !! how Disgusting ! some claim that there are body parts while others say that there are body parts from animals. However, there is nothing even remotely that strange in their food. Their patties are 100% beef, according to the USDA, and there are no fillers or additives of any kind.

#3 The Name Arby’s is the Phonetic Spelling of “R.B.” for Roast Beef

Its believed that the sandwich chain is named after its signature Roast Beef sandwich. However, the real name comes from its founders "Leroy and Forrest" Raffel Brothers or “RB” or “Arby” for short, according to the brand’s website.

#4 Mcdonalds ice cream contains no real dairy products

If you went to McDonald’s, you might have noticed that in their Menu, Mcdonald's calls its frozen drinks “shakes”, leaving out the “milk” prefix according to yet another fast food conspiracy theory, Mcdonald's shakes shouldn't be considered as a dairy product. But, the mix used in the creamy shakes does have dairy.

#5 Fast food never spoils or rots

You may have heard that your Mcdouble is immortal. To this day, many consumers believe that fast-food menu items contain a large number of preservatives that may prevent them from ever rotting. You should, of course, know that fast food is real food and decays just like anything else you consume.

#6 KFC and the mutant chicken

What’s scarier than having a monster in your food? Myths about KFC say that they use scary six-legged chicken have been circulated for years, the company denies the presence of any sort of mutant birds in their food. That's simply not True so if you go there to eat it will be no monsters hunting you !!!

#7 Hawaiian pizza was created in hawaii

If it’s called Hawaiian pizza it must be from Hawaii, Right? Not even close. In fact, this clever creation was made in Canada. Sam Panopoulos, a retired chef, first created the dish at Satellite Restaurant in 1962 and according to Panopoulos, no one else in his local area was making pizza at the time. That must be a quite misunderstanding.

#8 IHOP omelettes are low-carb

When you are on a low carb diet, eggs must be a major part of your plan. But, IHOP customers shouldn't rely on the chain’s breakfast dishes to keep them slim. Not only IHOP omelettes are high in calories, the company has confirmed that they add pancake butter to their recipe to keep their eggs nice and fluffy.

#9 Starbucks got its name from the person who founded it

People used to believe that Starbucks ‘s name was taken from the person who founded it but that is not the case. 

the three men who created the chain, Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl, and Gordon Bowker decided that the name of their store would start with “st”, But they didn’t know what are the rest of the name would be until they find an old mining map. 

The map included the name of an old town called Starbo. this is when Bowker thought about “Starbuck,” a character from the book Moby-Dick. So, the famous brand of coffee came from a book and a map. 

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