Advice from a bachelor in Arts. any other ingredient will work, too.... IAI THAT AT mij,, ttl, , teii'. Pretty sure McDonald's makes everything "to order" nowadays. Their fries are another thing. Ask for unsalted fries and they will make a fresh batch. T
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Advice from a bachelor in Arts

any other ingredient will work, too...

THAT AT mij,, ttl, , teii'
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#1 - CIS White Male (01/25/2013) [+] (11 replies)
Pretty sure McDonald's makes everything "to order" nowadays.

Their fries are another thing. Ask for unsalted fries and they will make a fresh batch. This is done in consideration for people who are watching their sodium intake.
#2 - anonymoose ONLINE (01/25/2013) [-]
I'm sorry, but I don't go to McDonalds for their fresh produce. I go there if I want warm food in a hurry.
#16 - CIS White Male (01/26/2013) [-]
i've worked at mc donald's before. this is false because employees do not wrap the bruger then wait to sell it (at least where i and many others worked). they build the burger when it's asked for.

and really, unless it's not busy at the moment, burgers, and every other meat/fish product, stay in the little heating bin (there's a name for it, i forgot) for no more than 10 minutes max anyway. burgers go by FAST and they're constantly made almost every quarter hour during normal and rushed hours. buns are toasted or steamed as specified by the product or customer at the moment of its order.

if you want fresh burgers you can either ask for it unseasoned or well-done (yeah, i didn't know you can get them well-done either until i worked there).
every burger is automatically seasoned before they're lifted off the grill, so an unseasoned one will have to be made as a special order. same with well-done, except the burgers are left for an extra 45 seconds (that's how long it takes for the regular 1/8 burgers to cook).

fried products (mc chicken, southern chicken, etc) are a little different. for fresh fries, you can ask for it unsalted.

didn't mean to get all specificky. but yeah.. if my memory serves me right, these are pretty much facts.
User avatar #7 - jotemer (01/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
i really hate the one that made me see dog faces in duck beacks
#9 to #7 - moffe ONLINE (01/26/2013) [-]
But they have their reasons for wearing dog masks
User avatar #43 - awesomenessdefined (01/26/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Wow, I'll remember that the next time I'm hungry for something fresh and also McDonalds.
Do you also have any advice for what I should do when I want to relax but also go to the gym?
#47 - theycallmesharrod (01/26/2013) [-]
#40 - knightdavid (01/26/2013) [-]
Ask for no Salt or Pepper on the Patty. They have to scrap the grill, cook the meat, and you will get it very fresh. But really, its not the meat you have to worry about... Its how long everything like the onions have been sitting out for. Check and see what the onions look like. They should be white. If they are even slightly brown you know its not fresh.

(experience from working at mcdonalds for 2 months before quitting)
User avatar #36 - allamericandude (01/26/2013) [-]
All you have to do is ask them to make it fresh. They'll do it. No need to trick them.
#29 - DarkDragonBlade (01/26/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You guys need to try working at a Dunkin. Holy **** . 130ish customers an hour on our peak rush hours. All while making sandwiches, coffee's, brewing new, and all that. God help you when you get the inevitable prick who orders 6 orders of hashbrowns, 6 Large Ice Coffee's, all super ******* complicated, a slew of sandwiches and a dozen donuts, all at your Sunday Church rush, while trying to keep the time down under 2:00. I hate my job.
User avatar #35 to #29 - deadbyapril (01/26/2013) [-]
Used to be a shift manager at Dunkin, nights while I was still in school then when I got out of high school I was the morning manager. 2:30 in the morning till 2-3 pm.

I know exactly what you're talking about.
User avatar #20 - grimslug (01/26/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I work at McDicks, we make all sandwiches to order and the meat and chicken only stay in the Universal holding cabinet or heating rack for 5-20 minutes and if you actually want the meat or chicken made fresh just ask, they'll think you're a douche bag but you'll get fresh meat/chicken.
User avatar #8 - roflstorm ONLINE (01/26/2013) [-]
What, no spongebob references?
#5 - fappyslappy (01/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I worked at a McDonald's for a year, we had bags of dill pickles that we kept outside the fridges with the bags of ketchup and mustard. We just prefilled plastic inserts and put a burger wrapper over them so they were ready on the fly. Also if I was in a bad mood extra pickles went from two to a ******* hand full
User avatar #49 - shunkahawolf ONLINE (01/26/2013) [-]
actually if you want extra pickles they just toss them on the burger. trust me i worked at one for a year...i can still remember the smell of those grease traps.
User avatar #48 - pokemonstheshiz ONLINE (01/26/2013) [-]
I used to work at McDonalds. The food is almost always fresh, to a reasonable degree. The meat that is cooked stays in trays in heater cabinets, if it sits too long it gets thrown out and new meat is made. The sandwiches themselves are made to order, occasionally too many are made and a couple extra are left, but they don't sit there for more than a couple minutes. Besides the health aspect of eating burgers and salty fries, it's not that gross.
User avatar #42 - twatmissile (01/26/2013) [-]
I dont do **** like that. I order straight off the menu, grab my **** and go. nothing stupid like no salt fries cuz thats very annoying for them, I prefer to stay on the good side of the people who handle my food.
#18 - CIS White Male (01/26/2013) [-]
I can confirm that this is ******** .
I work at mcdonalds. If you really want a fresh burger, just ask for fresh meat.
It's in the rule book to comply to the customers wishes.
If it's not, bring it back and say you asked for fresh meat. The manager will make them re-do it.
User avatar #17 - Scorchtwentyfour (01/26/2013) [-]
ya, this is false. Unless you go to a restaurant that is high speed, meaning cities, or something, everything gets wrapped there on order. Now, if you wanted it fresh, ask for no salt on the burger. They then have to cook a fresh patty. The taste might be a little off, but you can't tell the difference with the mustard and ketchup and things. Take it from a current employee who works in grill.
#14 - CIS White Male (01/26/2013) [-]
Yea.. we don't do that.
#13 - putridgrim (01/26/2013) [-]
Ive been working there for almost 3 years...why the **** would I cook you fresh food instead of just putting extra pickles on the sandwich? This makes no sense
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