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    This never bothered me until about 4 or 5 years ago.
    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Peter View Post
    I heard that fast food isn't good for SCI's because the fat and chemicals in it give us the runs.

    My hometown of about 125,000 people has just two McDonald's. one Burger King, one KFC, two Cosi's, six Starbucks, about 10 Dunkin' Donuts, one Sbarro Pizza, one PF Chang, one Capital Grille and two Dominos pizza.

    The locals prefer independent restaurants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonecoaster View Post
    Time is a huge factor, right now we are moving so dinner went from Quinoa and Tabouli, to whatever the closest resturant is serving. I admit though I love junk food.
    First it was the triple cheeseburger at Wendy's, I eat two. Hardies monster burgers, two also. Just recently found a place called Culvers, they serve triple butter burgers, again I eat two. The real test of a good burger is when the grease dribbles down you chin and onto you clothes. Sorry got off topic, just hungry.
    WoW lol. I'm with you I love junk food. I'm especially keen these days on Cane's chicken fingers with Cane sauce and the texas toast yum yum. The good part is I get full fast and can only eat 2 strips and I'm done. Otherwise I'd be a fat fuck with all the crap I love to eat.

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    McRib.............do you really want to know how it is made and what's in it? Read on

    http://consumerist.com/2011/11/whats...b-made-of.html

    Or, even more to the point.....

    http://blog.sfgate.com/hleon/2011/11...ave-in-common/

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    Quote Originally Posted by november View Post
    McD is about a 3min drive away. Luckily I'm too lazy to go get McMuffins although I've had one or two delivered to me.


    Yup, I eat the McRib, at least once every year they bring them back. Maybe it's nostalgia. And like sausage, I don't care what's in 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaper1 View Post
    Heh. I always wonder, "omigod, who eats those?" It's YOU.
    My parents love them as well.

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    That must be over 100 grams of fat in one sitting. Each!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaper1 View Post
    That must be over 100 grams of fat in one sitting. Each!
    No, only 26 grams per McRib.

    500
    Calories

    22g
    Protein

    26g
    Fat
    (40%)
    44g
    Carbs
    (15%)
    980mg
    Sodium
    (41%)
    Calories from Fat 240 Dietary Fiber 3g (10%) Calcium 170mg (15%)
    Saturated Fat 10g (48%) Sugars 11g Iron 3.5mg (20%)
    Trans Fat 0g Vitamin A 70IU (2%) Vitamin C 1mg (2%)
    Cholesterol 70mg (23%) Food Exchanges
    2.5 carbohydrate, 3 high fat meat
    Serving Size 7.4 oz (209 g)
    [McDonalds Nutrition]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    No, only 26 grams per McRib.


    [McDonalds Nutrition]
    But if 500 cal each and the total grams of fat are 240 that means almost half of it is pure fat!

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    Theres a lot of mcd out there. We even have one out here on the Oregon coast. But do you know what the most common type of restaurant in America is?
    T12L1 Incomplete Still here This is the place to be 58 years old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    But if 500 cal each and the total grams of fat are 240 that means almost half of it is pure fat!
    Yum! Good thing they only come around once in a while.

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