I generally pick my fast food places based on how the food tastes. If I wanted to avoid going to companies that shit all over other people, I'd have to move out of the U.S.
It's not like he's asking how to survive on $20/day. He's just trying to budget accordingly. Cool your jets, Pat. Jfc
The triple Baconator has more than an entire days recommendation of fat in one sandwich. I don't think there is a fast food item that is more unhealthy. (and no the double down doesn't even come close, those actually aren't any more fattening than a whopper or big mac) It's probably not something to eat on a regular basis.
Bacon is overused. I can't believe people aren't tired of it yet.
Red meat in general is pretty overrated.
I eat a ton of food. When I go to fast food places I eat double cheeseburgers and ****. large fries and all tooAhaha. What. How much do you eat? I could live on that so easily it's almost untrue.
take that backRed meat in general is pretty overrated.
Five guys has the best burgers out of any fast food joint I've been to, hands down
They're expensive though so I don't go there that often
i have also heard that serving sizes over there are a bit more substantial@moot
That's about how much I paid for a burger with fries and a drink at 5 Guys Burgers. It was worth it, although the burger was surprisingly small.
keep in mind i am from a country where KFC charges $13 for three crispy strips, a box of fries and a drink. expensive is relative
Jesus, man. (Especially since the Australian dollar is worth about the same as the American dollar right now -- slightly more, but only by a few cents. Assuming I have this right.)
i have also heard that serving sizes over there are a bit more substantial
anyway i will just take $450 (so $22.50 a day) and hopefully i don't have to dip into my regular spending money