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French Fries vs. Bun at McDonalds?

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6 years 6 months ago #263 by MikeT
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What's a better choice from a histamine perspective:

McDonalds French Fries or the Bun which goes with a plain hamburger?

I ordered large fries and two double-hamburgers (plain), no bun.

My thinking was to avoid the yeast in the hamburger bun.

Thoughts?

Thanks,
Mike

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6 years 6 months ago #264 by Zeke
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I think you should avoid all of that! ;-)

No, seriously: French fries should be no Problem. I don't know about the bun, but I assume it could be a problem and you should test it for yourself.
The meat should be fine if it's only beef, no pork.

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5 years 8 months ago #317 by SwissDiana
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When I go to McDonalds (which is not too often) I order only fries. I am gluten sensitive (so no bun), but I would also leave it because of the yeast. The hamburger is also not a very good option because ground meat breaks down very fast and is high in histamine. The only concern I have about the fries is that it's usually cooked in oils that I can't tolerate (sunflower). Sunflower oil has higher histamine levels....

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5 years 6 months ago #322 by MrSmith
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yeah, with histamine intolerance I wouldn't go to McDonald's either...

I'm lactose intolerant, so I can eat the hamburger and the fries.

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