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Employees at fast food restaurants have an inside look into how meals are prepared and how the place is maintained. When they recommend not ordering certain items, you can probably bet there’s a reason.
Former deli employees say that the ham and turkey are especially bad choices and could make you sick.
If you see the first movie of the day, don’t get popcorn. Chances are that it’s leftover from the night before.
Next time you’re at Little Caesars’ skip the Crazy Bread because it is made with imitation butter and probably sat in the warmer for hours.
Employees say that the McCafe machines are not cleaned regularly and that staff aren’t properly trained on how to do it. That means you could get sick or get somethign that tastes bad.
According to some Wendy’s employees, the meat in the chili is simply stale, overcooked meat that couldn’t be used to make a burger.
Theater Nacho Cheese
Most former theater employees say that your nacho cheese probably came out of the microwave hours ago and isn’t fresh.
Starbucks Secret Menu Items
Some people who have worked at Starbucks say the secret menu isn’t real and that you probably won’t get what you want.
BBQ Sandwich from KFC
Former KFC employees say that this sandwich consists of meat that is too old to donate to the homeless shelter, so it’s soaked in BBQ sauce and served on a bun.
This goes for any fast food restaurant you go to. Sliced lemons are often cut and then sit out all day long and they could have been touched by any number of people before you get one.
Baseball Hot Dogs
A hot dog at the baseball game is part of the experience, but people who work at the ball park say they are held for days in water that isn’t changed or cleaned.