There's no need to be sorry because you're not breaking my narrative:Sorry to break your narrative, but the sad truth is that they contain so much fat and sugar that they don't even need any preservatives to last that long, they're already that unhealthy to begin with. Some German Youtuber actually tested this with a fresh self-made burger - the result was basically the same, even self-made burgers are still too fatty to get moldy.
- https://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en-us/product/hamburger.html (emphasis mine)Pickle Slices
Ingredients: Cucumbers, Water, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, Calcium Chloride, Alum, Potassium Sorbate (Preservative), Natural Flavors, Polysorbate 80, Extractives of Turmeric (Color).
What about people who know that both are unhealthy?I don't know. I just remember seeing a documentary show and one of the episodes had a segment about how the sugar industry is responsible for everyone thinking fat is unhealthy.
The word for preservatives in my first language sounds a lot like "conservative", hence my confusion. I sometimes spell English words that I know how to spell wrong just because I type quickly and partly revert to my first language.The English word maybe. But be careful with polisemy in Romance languages. There are flavoured variants but they're not intended for a healthy diet (healthy lifesyle might be, just not diet).
But only for some things too much means anything at all.Well too much of anything is unhealthy.
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Potassium sorbate - aside from being a naturally occurring salt - is commonly used for sauces like ketchup and mayonnaise. What a surprise.It's McDonald's. Of course they can find an excuse to put preservatives in their hamburgers, oh ye of little faith.
Apparently it was a surprise to you, because you thought there were no preservatives in it.Potassium sorbate - aside from being a naturally occurring salt - is commonly used for sauces like ketchup and mayonnaise. What a surprise.
I was not surprised. I'm not sure why you thought I would. I know that vitamins get chemical names; they are chemicals. Even water is a chemical. Was that supposed to surprise me?look it up, you'll be surprised.
I used to have a colleague that married into a similar situation - it took him years of influence to nudge things into a more healthy direction, and most of the time he only achieved the bare minimum.I'd hate to further derail this thread, but my older sister has my nephew on a gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free diet for autism, and it kinda pisses me off. My parents let me eat any food growing up, and even though I didn't turn out right, I was still doing better at my nephew's age than he is.