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The picture above is of a cheeseburger and fries from McDonald’s and a chicken soft taco from Taco Bell. What’s unusual about those food items, however, is that they are two years old. A chiropractor out in Michigan, Dr. Jessica Vaughn, put those fast-food items out on display two years ago, and nothing about them has really changed. They look pretty much the same. There is no foul smell. There is no mold. There is no rot.
Meanwhile, here is a picture of a 14-year-old McDonald’s Happy Meal burger, which also looks remarkably the same.
There’s no decomposition, and yet, according to this, the RECEIPT for the hamburger from 14 years ago HAS begun to decompose.
Because fast foods contain enough preservatives to keep Paul Rudd looking like a 22 year old for the rest of his life? Maybe! But according to McDonalds, which has acknowledged that it’s food doesn’t rot, it has nothing to do with chemicals. They claim that, in the absence of water, these foods simply do not decompose because they are dehydrated foods.
Really? Well, according to this video, in which several hamburgers were left out under similar conditions, all the rest of them shows rot after only 8 weeks. All, of course, except for the McDonald’s hamburger. After all, even Cheeto dust begins to show mold after only one year!