Frozen McRib Photo Makes You Drool

Posted: Nov 14 2013, 1:01am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Frozen McRib Photo Makes You Drool
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A photo of a frozen McRib patty has gone viral in the last hours. I am not quite sure why. It is possible that consumers imagined the McRib patty to be made with fresh ground meat at their local McDonald's - yes, really that is how they do it.

A McDonald's employee leaked a photo of a frozen McRib on Reddit and the photo went viral. The McRib is the most controversial McDonald's sandwich. People either hate it or totally love it. McDonald's is not always offering the McRib. Every time they do it causes a stir.

According to the Huffington Post, the photo is likely from Canada, where the McRib is right now in the McDonald's menu. I totally find nothing wrong with the frozen McRib. The meat patties are also frozen. The McRib has the signature pattern impressed to simulate real ribs. McDonald's also does not understand what is wrong and issued a statement explaining how the McRib patty is made: "One reason our customers love the McRib is its fun and wonderful shape. Just like a burger patty is formed to be round and flat, we form the iconic McRib in the shape of traditional ribs. We then flash freeze the patty to seal in flavor and freshness, just like you freeze meat in your own freezer, before going to our restaurants."

There you go. Enjoy a McRib if you got a chance the next time.

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