Did you know: Fast Food Facts Part 4

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As you know that we have started our new Did you know series, for Fast Food Facts. If you are not aware of the previous fact, check following👇

Did you know: Fast Food Facts Part 3
  • Why Choose Between a Cheeseburger or Pizza if You Don’t Have To?
The Crown Crust Pizza

In 2012, Pizza Hut Middle East invented a pizza most of us would have a hard time dreaming up. The Crown Crust Pizza came with mini cheeseburgers in the crust. This specialty item was part of a bigger effort to produce, “the most royal pizza ever.” (Source)

  • Papa John’s Ended a Practice That is Cruel to Animals
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Papa John’s may not share what is in their pizzas, but they have sworn to stop sourcing from farms that use gestation crates, tightly confining cages that keep pregnant sows from being able to turn around.

It seems crazy that this has ever been standard practice, but the good news is McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s have also committed to stopping the practice. In fact, many fast food companies have even pledged to only serve cage-free eggs in the near future. (Source)

  • Subway Once Held the World Record for Sandwich Making
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Subway

Have you ever wondered what the Guinness World Record was for the “most people making sandwiches simultaneously”? It was held by Subway for two years when 1,481 people synced up their sandwich-making at their annual convention, ut was recently broken by TangoTab and friends with 2,586 sandwiches in 2016. (Source)

  • Getting into McDonald’s Was More Competitive Than Harvard in 2011
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In 2011, Harvard accepted only 7 percent of applicants, while McDonald’s accepted just 6.2 percent of those looking for a job with the fast-food chain. (Source)

  • IHOP Omelets Are Fluffy Thanks to Pancake Batter
IHOP cheeseburger omelette
Courtesy of IHOP

For the fluffiest omelet possible, IHOP includes a surprising ingredient with its eggs: pancake batter. You can find the recipe online and make it at home. Unfortunately, this means that those avoiding gluten have to avoid the egg-based dish, according to IHOP’s allergen declarations. (Source)

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Love Pizza and Omelette at same time try following recipe👇

Pizza Omelette Recipe

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