BREAKING NEWS: McDonald's French Fries Was Found to Contain Silly Putty and Toxic Petroleum Chemical


Grant Imahara, host of the eye-opening show Mythbusters, was at it again. This time, he didn't set out to get involved with crash test dummies or explosives. Instead, he recently focused McDonald's french fries.
The TV personality traveled to the fast food chain's potato processing plant in Idaho to see the production process from start to finish. During his investigation he found that there are two rounds of frying.
  • First potatoes are harvested from fields before being peeled, cut and blanched. They're then fired through a cutter at up to 70 miles an hour into thin sticks.
  • After being chiseled into the perfect shape, the strips of potato are sauced with a blend of canola oil, soybean oil, hydrongenated soybean oil, natural beef flavor, hydrolyzed wheat, hydrolyzed milk, citric acid and dimethylpolysiloxane.
  • Getting the right shape: The washed potatoes are then fired through a cutter at up to 70 miles an hour into thin sticks - here Imahara holds up the fry slicer
  • Getting the right shape: The washed potatoes are then fired through a cutter at up to 70 miles an hour into thin sticks - here Imahara holds up the fry slicer
  • Dextrose - a natural sugar - is sprayed on the batons to help them maintain a golden fried color.
  • Last but not least, salt is sprinkled on for flavor.
  • The fries are then flash frozen at the Simplot factory and transported to McDonald's outlets across the country.
  • Once they are at restaurants, the potato sticks are fried for a second time. The oil blend is similar to the factory mix, with the addition of tertiary butylhydroquinone and hydrogenated soybean oil - a manufactured form of trans fat.
> Ashocked at some of the other things he found listed in the fries ingredients, including tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ - a petroleum-based chemical), and hydrogenated soybean oil.
nd voila! McDonald's World Famous Fries are served.
Imahara also discovered that dimethylpolysiloxane - a form of silicone found in Silly Putty - is used in the making of McDonald's fries along with a petrol-based chemical called tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ).
According to Natural News, you may be. These are all chemicals that are bad for people's health. They're not natural, are found in Silly Putty and added to resins, and play a role in destroying heart health. Be sure to steer clear of McDonald's french fries, and foods from other fast food restaurants for that matter. In doing so, you'll be vastly improving overall health.
That seems straight-forward enough.

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