Reddit user where_is_my_mind92 says: “Worked at 5 Guys Burgers and Fries. Yeah that bacon we make at 10 am before opening is the same bacon served at 6pm when you come in for dinner….. we also kept it on a low shelf (maybe just my location) so may time when we were cleaning the floor or moping [sic] the bacon would get covered with floor water.”
According to Reddit user monkeiboi, “Used to work at a Mcdonalds in high school. (You know you eat there, quit lying)
Don’t order fish filets or grilled chicken anything unless it is just after the bfast lunch switchover, it is right in the middle of lunch rush, or they are doing an advertised special on those items. They don’t sell alot outside of lunch rush, so you might get a patty that’s near the end of its cycle.
Actually, if you want super fresh, hot food at Mcdonalds, go during lunch rush. Nothing is more than a few minutes old, including fries.”
Reddit user Johnny_Driver says: “I worked at Wendy’s when I was 16 (32 now) but the meat in the chili is the burnt patties from the grill collected in a drawer, put in a bag, frozen then boiled and chopped up, up to a week later. This grosses my wife and some out, it doesn’t bother me.”
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