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Keep it simple, folks. Keep it simple.

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Keep it simple, folks. Keep it simple.
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>>8421126
> 'sup
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>>8421126
Bun, chicken, lettuce, mayo.
For me it is the McChicken, the best 4 ingredient fast food sandwich.
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>no cheese
>no onion
>bun not toasted
>no mustard
That's just lazy, not simple
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Turd sandwich with 'chup

Wa la
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>>8421126
Simple and burned, apparently
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>>8421126
That's why for me, the McChicken is the best fast food sandwich.
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>simple

I've recently taken to aging my ground beef under a heat lamp for 72 hours in a humidity controlled room set at 5%. Afterwards I'll brine it in a mixture of worcestershire, dark fermented soy sauce, black garlic and unpasteurized eight-year-old parmesan rinds for an additional 48 hours. After that point I'll braise it in a 750F oven for 5 minutes then put them in a wide mouth mason jar with a 10% saline solution and lacto ferment it for 14 days (the yeast from the fermentation really adds an additional flavor profile to the meat). Then it's just a fan fry and toss it on a bun. Ketchup is too low brow for such a time intensive burger so I've taken to making sun dried tomatoes and reconstituting them in château pétrus--a 100-year-old aged balsamic vinegar, then blending it down with some rendered kobe beef fat to make the finest of condiments.
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>>8421251
.. and you couldn't bother to post a pic of proof?
Sir, I dissappoint.
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