GORDON wrote:Source of the post I like 5 Guys when I am in the mood to spend $12 on a burg and fries.
Do you hate yourself?
Cakedaddy wrote:Source of the post But you do get a really good cheeseburger and an unhealthy amount of delicious fries.
Today’s American cheese is, by law, required to be manufactured from at least two types of cheese. Because its manufacturing process differs from "unprocessed"/raw/natural cheeses,[not in citation given] American cheese cannot be legally sold under the name (authentic) "cheese" in the US. Instead, federal (and even some state) laws mandate that it be labeled as "processed cheese" if simply made from combining more than one cheese, or "cheese food" if dairy ingredients such as cream, milk, skim milk, buttermilk, cheese whey, or albumin from cheese whey are added. As a result, sometimes even the word "cheese" is absent altogether from the product's labeling in favor of, e.g., "American slices" or "American singles".
Cakedaddy wrote:Source of the post When you compare American Cheese cheese burgers, 5 Guys makes a good one. If you are going to deviate from the recipe of 'Meat + American Cheese', well, then I would argue that it's not a cheese burger any more.
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