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Are fast food burgers really immortal?

Are fast food burgers really immortal?

Food, Lifestyle
The Internet is filled with photos and videos of burgers which seem to never go bad. Tweets of McDonald's burgers (also known as 'immortal burgers'), in particular, not showing any signs of mould after being left out in the open for a while have been extremely popular. If you haven't heard or seen any of this, then my friend, you've been living under a rock. Don't worry about it though because we've got your back. We've decided to test this theory -- three burgers from three different fast food chains were filmed for seven days to see whether any of them would get mouldy, and if so, which one would get mouldy first and the most. To find out more click on the video below: It is a bit concerning that it took all burgers around four to five days to show the first signs of mould,
Healthy vs Unhealthy high streets

Healthy vs Unhealthy high streets

Food, Health, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
A report has warned that high streets filled with fast-food outlets, betting shops and tanning salons can have a significant impact on shortening the residents’ lives. While locals living in towns stacked with book shops and pharmacies have a potential for longer life. UK’s high streets The research, conducted by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), analysed 70 major UK towns and cities and it turned out that Britain’s High Streets are getting unhealthier. Grimsby, which is known as Europe’s Food Town because of its fish-processing industry, now has a worse reputation. The town is the first in the unhealthy High Streets list, followed by Walsall and Blackpool. The healthiest outlets awards go to Edinburgh and Canterbury. London’s high streets Muswell Hill Broadway w
American Burgers Showdown : Five Guys vs Shake Shack

American Burgers Showdown : Five Guys vs Shake Shack

Featured, Food
Growing up in Poland, the most popular place to have a burger was McDonald’s. I used to like having dinner there because of the Happy Meal and the small toys included. It made dining fun, unlike eating at home. Now, considering how much I have tried fast food in my life, I have developed my taste buds and have some serious opinions about burgers and fries. So, I think McDonald’s isn't the best burger anymore, and many Millennials I interviewed agree with me. Two American chains, Shake Shack and Five Guys gained popularity because people started to care about eating quality food. While previous generations counted calories, Millennials have found popular more fresh and 'healthy' ingredients instead of processed ones. Five Guys The chain is known for its simple red and white dec
Manchester’s too far. Stay local.

Manchester’s too far. Stay local.

Food
In celebration of opening three new KFC stores in the city of Manchester, two stores shall be, on Monday the 13th November giving away free meals and free limited edition t-shirts. Which, is great for KFC hungry students and even better for the bank. Totally finger lickin' good! However, this news is not so great for those who are living in London. In response to this, Milica has found some restaurants in Central London which are, if better than KFC both price wise and finger licking wise. The best burger (brown tag) and wing (orange tag) places in Central London. Make a trip which will not break the bank but will leave your stomachs full and wanting more!   Words: Milica Cosic | Subbing: Kate Kulniece
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