food chains have different tastes of hamburgers

Philippines
April 24, 2011 1:15am CST
I wonder why they differ from the other food chains from the taste of hamburgers. Well, as far as I observed and tasted they differ from the ingredients, the kind of bread they used and the culture of the people where the food chains build. Some have medium raw, roasted and well done whether it is a meat, poultry or beef. And of course, they also differ from shapes and the heaviness of a burger. After all, whatever it is I always love Hamburger.
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11 responses
@coffeebreak (17824)
• United States
24 Apr 11
Funny how that is isn't it! I mean you can go to McDonalds and their burgers are different than BK etc. Some are flame broiled and others are grilled and other are "pan" fried. And each has its own special taste. Toss in there the different buns and condiments and secret sauces...and you can have a different burger all the time! I prefer flame broiled as it is cooked in its own juices and grease/fat is drained off and not fried in its own fat!Much better flavor~
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25 Apr 11
i dont realy know as i rarely eat burgers from takeaways. mcdonalds have shrunk their burgers and charge twice as much for them, so i dont bother and eat where you get your moneys worth.
@Kirinx (1693)
• United States
26 Apr 11
the mcdonald's where i am doesnt even taste like real beef.it tastes like wild game.
@o0jopak0o (6408)
• Philippines
24 Apr 11
yes i find it fascinating that even if im blindfolded i can tell the difference by just eating them side by side But in my area i find two "gourmet" burger joints that taste the same. Even the price is the same.
@Anitismo (229)
• Bahamas
24 Apr 11
it's interesting that hamburgers from the same fast food chain can taste different when bought from different locations. i think it is because the people in the different locations may have different ways of making the sandwiches even if the process is the same.
@edsss17 (4398)
• Philippines
24 Apr 11
Hi.. YES, every food chains and stores have different styles and taste in their hamburgers but whatever it is, it still taste good! :)
• Philippines
27 Apr 11
As long as the burgers taste good with lots of cheese in it, the brand does not matter. I'm getting hungry already :)
@Kirinx (1693)
• United States
26 Apr 11
true i notice exactly what you are talking about.i notice white castles burgers have a thin and easy feel to them when you eat them.while mcdonalds burgers taste like mystery meat. roasted burgers taste the best.(white castles)
@JackTidd (29)
• Canada
25 Apr 11
I'm very sick of all this processed fake stuff. I do love a good hamburger, but unless its bbq'd at home, I don't trust the quality of it....
@acey76 (1278)
• Philippines
25 Apr 11
Well, it's because they wan't their product to be unique or standout with the rest of fast food chains to attract more consumers
@nijolechu (1845)
• Canada
25 Apr 11
I do also enjoy the taste of hamburgers and would like to have them all the time if I could. I do notice that many different fast food restaurants like to have a whole lot of different varieties of hamburgers. I guess they do this so they don't seem bland and maybe interest the consumers in trying the different kinds of hamburgers at their restaurant. My favorite hamburger would have to be The Big Mac from MacDonald's. =)
@Ramsesxlll (1436)
• Finland
24 Apr 11
Yeah, but remember to eat them wisely as soon enough you'll find yourself having a heart-attack! No, seriously, that might just happen... Ok... Actually the hamburgers aren't even THAT unhealthy.... The unhealthiest foods in the fast food chains are their french fries and their nuggets....
@misterMR (797)
• Philippines
24 Apr 11
All varieties of hamburgers are always appreciated! What I love about hamburgers is that they have this mixture coming from all sorts in the food pyramid! However, I really love my hamburger to be fresh though, especially it's meat and it's vegetable/lettuce/coleslaw. The best part of the flavoring in hamburgers is the right amount of seasoning, right amount of ketchup and right amount of mayonnaise (if there is).
@albert911 (169)
• Thailand
24 Apr 11
Large fast food chains franchised shops are contracted to get their supplies from a central place and should not differ much between individual shops.There might be a small diffence from one region to the other and of course from one country to the other. They have all their local sourcing and naturally their must be some "fluctuations" and variations. I love hamburgers too (Wendy's, MacDonald,...)