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Build your own BK burger - BURGER KING® – Menu and Nutrition

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Originally Posted by kohl View Post
as i am vegeterian i think they should both add native veggie support.
Agreed. Apart from fries, doughnuts, and beverages, McDonald’s in Denmark haven’t had a single meat-free item on the menu here for about five years. They used to have a vegetarian burger (basically just a McFeast without the meat, but still). Now you have to pay extra to get them to remove the meat from a burger. Cheeky gits.
     
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Feb 7, 2010, 08:28 PM
 
I had a vegetarian friend who would order her Whopper "her way:" hold the meat. At the same restaurant, she'd get charged anything from 50¢ to full price for the sandwich, but she got what she wanted.

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Feb 8, 2010, 03:21 AM
 
I simply don't get it. A burger without a beef patty tastes like ass. As a vegetarian why would you even go to a place like McD? To me that sounds like going to a synagogue and complaining because there's no communion. Well duh!
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 04:18 AM
 
For the Fries and the apple pie, of course!

Are the fries at BK still made with beef extract for flavoring?
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 05:41 AM
 
In 1997 BK declared their fries contain no beef fat or any kind of beef flavoring. In 2002 they admitted to using a small amount of a poultry-based amino acid for flavoring. By 2003 that was supposedly removed as well.

This is in the US. I'm not sure BK uses the same recipe for their fries across the globe. Probably not.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 06:01 AM
 
Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
For the Fries and the apple pie, of course!

Are the fries at BK still made with beef extract for flavoring?
Exactly. Fries, apple pies, and milk shakes.

Or, for Burger King, they actually make fairly decent veggie burgers (by fairly decent I mean they don’t taste like ass), and I love their onion rings and those chili cheese thingies.
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Feb 8, 2010, 10:57 AM
 
Originally Posted by Chongo View Post
The UK may be the exception. An image search shows menus boards/ads as far east as Egypt calling it the "Royal"
Cuarto de libra con queso is a quarter pounder with cheese in Spain -- but then there is something called McRoyal. Don't know what that is (possibly McFeast)

I prefer Burger King.
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Feb 8, 2010, 12:23 PM
 
Originally Posted by Oisín View Post
(by fairly decent I mean they don’t like ass)
that's peculiar
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Originally Posted by Oisín View Post
...(by fairly decent I mean they don’t like ass)...
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Feb 8, 2010, 01:29 PM
 
Originally Posted by imitchellg5 View Post
Last December, I had my first Big Mac. I know, I know. Normally I just get a quarter pounder, but I was at the airport in a hurry and just ordered a number one. I don't eat McDonald's often, and haven't since then, but I think I'll have some this week for fun.
I would say you actually ordered a number two.

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Feb 8, 2010, 01:46 PM
 
Originally Posted by Chongo View Post
They just open several Culver's here in Phoenix. I'll have to stop in and have a "Butterburger" BTW, how is the custard?
What you're looking for is the "Butterburger Deluxe" never, ever go with standard condiments there.

Their custard is alright, but that could be just because I'm a custard nut and it's the best I can do in my town. (Grew up near St. Louis. We love our custard) Carmel Cashew FTW.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 02:02 PM
 
BK makes me sick. Can't stand the fries. Meat patties are usually dried out and not even warm.

McD is consistent, not horrible, but consistent. I know what I am getting. I usually order the 2 cheeseburger meal. Fries are great.

I prefer Sonic over all of the fast food joints. Plus the cheesy tots rock.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 02:04 PM
 
I love BK fries, and Chicken Fries, MMmmmm.
     
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Originally Posted by SpaceMonkey View Post
I would say you actually ordered a number two.
On a bun.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 02:45 PM
 
Burger King; Should have been a poll.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 02:59 PM
 
I was in Las Vegas this weekend and went to In-N-Out Burger for the first time. It was good, definitely better than any of the larger chains, but it didn't jump out as being significantly better than some of the other mid-size chains like Five Guys.

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Feb 8, 2010, 03:29 PM
 
Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
For the Fries and the apple pie, of course!
Those were the two things at McD's I actually liked. That and sometimes the pizza. Too bad they got rid of the pizza.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 03:41 PM
 
Whataburger and Sonic > McDonald's and Burger King any day.

To this day, I have only had one McDonald's hamburger in my entire life. I didn't even finish the whole thing, if I remember correctly. I've had a handful of Burger King hamburgers, but not in the past ten years. I really liked Fatburger, but it shut down last year in this area.

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Originally Posted by Eug View Post
Those were the two things at McD's I actually liked. That and sometimes the pizza. Too bad they got rid of the pizza.
Egg McMuffin. Yum.

Never had pizza there.

However, the Teriyaki McBurger (available only in Japan) is hands-down the best burger McDonald's offers. No, the McRib doesn't cut it.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 04:17 PM
 
BK has the best fries. Sometimes MD's are OK, but not consistent.
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Feb 8, 2010, 08:23 PM
 
Originally Posted by Phileas View Post
Havent touched a chain made burger for a long time. Not planning on eating one ever again.

Inform yourself about the kind of beef that is used by all of the chains.
I did just that. Turns out the food safety standards for McDonald's and Burger King top those for school lunches

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"McDonald's, Burger King and Costco, for instance, are far more rigorous in checking for bacteria and dangerous pathogens. They test the ground beef they buy five to 10 times more often than the USDA tests beef made for schools during a typical production day.

And the limits Jack in the Box and other big retailers set for certain bacteria in their burgers are up to 10 times more stringent than what the USDA sets for school beef.

For chicken, the USDA has supplied schools with thousands of tons of meat from old birds that might otherwise go to compost or pet food. Called "spent hens" because they're past their egg-laying prime, the chickens don't pass muster with Colonel Sanders— KFC won't buy them — and they don't pass the soup test, either. The Campbell Soup Company says it stopped using them a decade ago based on 'quality considerations.'"
     
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Originally Posted by Oisín View Post
Exactly. Fries, apple pies, and milk shakes.

Or, for Burger King, they actually make fairly decent veggie burgers (by fairly decent I mean they don’t like ass), and I love their onion rings and those chili cheese thingies.
In denmark, hamburgers like ass. Check.

I'll keep that in mind when travelling.
     
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Feb 8, 2010, 09:19 PM
 
Originally Posted by spacefreak View Post
I did just that. Turns out the food safety standards for McDonald's and Burger King top those for school lunches
Ammonia treated meat sludge might be save to eat, but that doesn't make it good to eat.
     
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I did just that. Turns out the food safety standards for McDonald's and Burger King top those for school lunches
I worked at Burger King and Pizza Hut as a kid.

Their cleaning practices are FAR more rigorous than most non-chain type restaurants. We would soak all rags with high concentration bleach every single night, and all cooking and preparation areas were cleaned every night as well, until they shone.

I've also been to very high end restaurants that can afford to employ lots of preparation and cleaning staff, who scrub clean the kitchen every single night, too.

OTOH, it seems to me that many mom-and-pop diners and small mid-end restaurants are often less than stellar for their cleanliness. Poorly managed fast food restaurants can also be bad, even though their protocols on paper look good. They just don't follow protocol. Then there's those el cheapo in Chinatown, etc. I've been inside the kitchens of a couple, and many are absolutely horrendous.
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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
However, the Teriyaki McBurger (available only in Japan) is hands-down the best burger McDonald's offers.
If you liked that you should check out MOS Burger. Also, when in Akihabara make sure to hit Becker's Burgers.
     
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Originally Posted by Spheric Harlot View Post
However, the Teriyaki McBurger (available only in Japan) is hands-down the best burger McDonald's offers. No, the McRib doesn't cut it.
Have seen these in China, Black pepper burgers too.
     
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Originally Posted by Phileas View Post
Ammonia treated meat sludge might be save to eat, but that doesn't make it good to eat.
I've always felt the ammonia treated meat sludge tastes pretty much neutral... much like soy meat.
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Feb 9, 2010, 08:22 AM
 
Here's a vote for FIVE GUYS Burgers and Fries.

I've been eating them since the late 90s (when there was just a couple of them in the DC metro area) and they are, by far, the best fast-food burgers one can get. They can be a bit pricey but their burgers are excellent and their fries, well . . . their fries are amazing. They are cut daily from fresh potatoes and then double fried.
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Originally Posted by ShortcutToMoncton View Post
that's peculiar
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In denmark, hamburgers like ass. Check.

I'll keep that in mind when travelling.
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But of course, only the non-decent (i.e., crappy) burgers like ass here.

(Incidentally, I’ve never tasted donkey meat, so I have no first-hand experience of what we’re discussing here.)
     
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Feb 9, 2010, 01:09 PM
 
Dairy Queen's burgers are better than BK or McD, but Wendy's has the best that I've eaten.

I've never had a burger at a Culver's, Sonic, or that In-n-Out place several have mentioned. Another regional one we have here is Checkers. Tried it once, guess it was alright.

But, back to the question: I think BK is better than McD.
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Originally Posted by Simon View Post
If you liked that you should check out MOS Burger. Also, when in Akihabara make sure to hit Becker's Burgers.
It's been twenty years, but I can't say that MOS burger left a lasting impression beyond "salty", for whatever reason.
     
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Originally Posted by kattierichard01 View Post
I like McDonald services.I mostly Prefer Pizza Macpuff and Cheese Burger Of McDonald's.
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Originally Posted by imitchellg5 View Post
We have a joint here called 5 Guys Burgers and Fries that is super good. If you have one in your area, I really recommend it. My mom, dad, and I ate there for about $7 total and had PLENTY of food. Plus, all the addons are free!
Did you have a 75% off coupon for that? Their smallest burger is $3.60. I don't think it's possible for three people to eat there for $7 (unless you shared a small burger, a small drink, and didn't buy any fries). I'm not saying that it wasn't delicious, I'm just saying the $7 figure sounds a bit off.

We have one here, but I haven't tried it yet. I have a hard time paying $5 for a 1/4 pound of hamburger. If I eat at McD, Wendys, etc., I always use their dollar menus.

My vote is McDonalds over BK. The fries at BK are tiny (quantity-wise) and tasteless in comparison. Although, the fries at McD are also smaller than they used to be.
     
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I have a hard time paying $5 for a 1/4 pound of hamburger.
I would, too. Even at McDonald’s, they don’t come that cheap.
     
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Feb 24, 2010, 05:46 AM
 
Hate BK- always have. After enough pestering by my kids, I'll sometimes relent to McD's. I usually go with the Cheeseburger Happy Meal- it's a good value.

I'm miss McD's breakfast in the states- no biscuits over here. If they have an Egg McMuffin- can't remember right now- it tastes different.

The only fast food joint I actually look forward to and make my first stop when I get back to the states is Taco Bell. Two bean burritos do me just right.
     
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Originally Posted by Paco500 View Post
I usually go with the Cheeseburger Happy Meal- it's a good value.
Unfortunately it's such good value they hardly include any food.

On a related note, where's the beef?
     
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Burger King doesn't have the Mega Mac.

     
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Meh.

IMHO it's rather pathetic of McD to use such a name for something which ends up being nothing else than a tiny bit of beef that's well hidden beneath lots of bun, lettuce, and sauce.

Mega Mac = 4x1.6 oz, IOW it's not even a double quarter-pounder.

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Yuck. I don't like BK or McDs.

Wendy's burgers taste like actual beef, unlike the salt-grease patties from McD's or BK.

I also don't mind A&W but they're too salty so I don't have them very often.

My fast food preference is Arby's Great Canadian (do they have the GC in the US?)
     
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My fast food preference is Arby's Great Canadian (do they have the GC in the US?)
Can you not talk about Arby's? I just ate.
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Originally Posted by dcmacdaddy View Post
Here's a vote for FIVE GUYS Burgers and Fries.

I've been eating them since the late 90s (when there was just a couple of them in the DC metro area) and they are, by far, the best fast-food burgers one can get. They can be a bit pricey but their burgers are excellent and their fries, well . . . their fries are amazing. They are cut daily from fresh potatoes and then double fried.
Amen brother! Why bother with either BK or MD when you can have a Five Guys Burger. And yes, the fries are awesome. Rumor is that one is coming to the Syracuse area soon. Right now, if I crave a fast food burger, Wendy's gets my business.
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Amen brother! Why bother with either BK or MD when you can have a Five Guys Burger. And yes, the fries are awesome. Rumor is that one is coming to the Syracuse area soon. Right now, if I crave a fast food burger, Wendy's gets my business.
I took my family out to 5 Guys tonight because of this thread. It was very good, but somewhat expensive. The most expensive fast food burgers I have ever bought, actually. This is what we ordered:

Me: Bacon Cheesburger
Wife: Cheeseburger
6 year old son: Junior Cheeseburger
4 year old daughter: Junior hamburger
1 year old son: hot dog
Everyone: 1 large fry to share
Drinks: water all around
Total price: $26.67

So everyone got a burger, and we shared an order of fries, for ~$27. At McDonalds, that would have only cost me $15 or less. Yes, it was better than McDonalds food, but I think a large part of why people go to McD and BK is for the price. That is why people bother with them, even when there are better alternatives available.
     
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Voting for 5 Guys. Love that place.
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Originally Posted by songoku912 View Post
Voting for 5 Guys. Love that place.
Just had FIVE GUYS for a late lunch/dinner today. I had their regular hamburger with lettuce, tomato, grilled onion, bacon (LOVE bacon), and ketchup. A small side of fries and a small soda rounded out the meal. Oh, it was fantastic.

And yes FIVE GUYS are expensive but real, meaty-tasting hamburgers made without a bunch of chemicals make it worthwhile, to me, to spend the extra money on FIVE GUYS instead of BK, MickieDs, or Wendy's.



PS: Have you had FIVE GUYS in Missoula or elsewhere? (I have a friend in Missoula who is a vegetarian but I bet she would like their fries.)
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Thing on the news about Five Guys fries tonight. Worst fries in the country healthwise (cholesterol, fat, salt, calories). Or maybe it was in the state of CA. Also said McDonald's has the healthiest fries.
     
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Originally Posted by BlueSky View Post
Thing on the news about Five Guys fries tonight. Worst fries in the country healthwise (cholesterol, fat, salt, calories). Or maybe it was in the state of CA. Also said McDonald's has the healthiest fries.
Oh, that explains why I keep seeing all of those thin people in McDonald's.

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Originally Posted by BlueSky View Post
Thing on the news about Five Guys fries tonight. Worst fries in the country healthwise (cholesterol, fat, salt, calories). Or maybe it was in the state of CA. Also said McDonald's has the healthiest fries.
Wowzers! Almost 1500 calories in their large order of fries! Worst Fries | Eat This, Not That

They tasted good though.
     
 
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