Overpriced dogfood prepared by pimply 14 year olds.
I just paid 30$ to make myself sick.
There should be a law about serving stuff (not going to call it food) like this to the public.
Bacon Burger without Bacon?
Uuuuuughh I like the detail they go into, but extacly as it says it's a product of both caramelisation and the Maillard Reaction, and therefore endemic to cooked foods, and thus pointless to warn people about unless you're trying to get them on a steamed and raw only food diet. There is no informed choice to make, since there is no information there. It's quite literally saying "Cooked food may cause certain types of cancer". Which, bee tee dubs, is an inaccurate statement. Please don't spread this around, and let it die an early death. If you want to spread something about this around, give real information, like "Yo! Browning food may or may not lead to cancer! Results of tests regarding this to-be theory pending, but check these links! (link link link)." And +, this is no reason to eat at McDonald's less. There's enough of those reasons to go around, but this one isn't one of them. If it is, it's also enough reason to steam your bacon, and cook your french toast on so low a heat that the egg barely cooks (get yer pan to 185F/85C, and you're good).