…because we’ve all seen that picture on Twitter of a grey frozen McRib and were horrified. But here’s how they really make it.
Every wonder how the McDonalds McRib is made? We've all seen the horrific image on Twitter, but here's a behind the scenes look at what really goes on.
Welcome to the McRib factory.
Apparently they use 100% real pork. They've put it on a plate for us to see. Yum.
Then they send it up a conveyor belt and go all Laverne & Shirley on us.
Then all the meat falls into a giant vat and is looked at for bones and "the like" to be removed.
Then they grind the hell out of it so we'll just move right along.
Then they add the special ingredients which are: Pork, Water, Salt, Dextrose, Preservatives (BHA, Propyl Gallate, Citric Acid)
Then they use a press to form them into the fun McRib shape and cook 'em.
Then they spray them with a light coating of water, freeze 'em, inspect 'em, and then package them for delivery.
Once delivered they're then cooked at your local McDonald's again on the grill.
Then they're dipped into their secret BBQ sauce.
Then they're placed on a bun with pickles and onions and kinda look like this.
But marketing-wise they really look like this.
As McDonald’s tries to clean up their image of providing low quality food they’re being more transparent on what really goes on behind the scenes at their food establishment. Watch this video to learn how they really make their famous McRib. It actually might shock you.