The Secret Behind Wendy's Famous Cheeseburgers (from Unwrapped) | Unwrapped | Food Network

From food scientists and nutritionists at the lab to taste tests with average consumers, THIS is how Wendy’s perfects their cheeseburgers!

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26 Replies to “The Secret Behind Wendy's Famous Cheeseburgers (from Unwrapped) | Unwrapped | Food Network”

  1. nothing will beat yellow wendys. they definitely went downhill after that

  2. The he researchers have some real generic names dick patty and Cynthia ????????????

  3. I want the old honey mustard that they used on the grilled chicken sandwich from 2001

  4. They're not showing the part where the food scientists quibble over how much MSG and other poison that'll keep the cattle happy and addicted to put in

  5. Also you may have noticed the fries are the biggie size

    This must’ve been at the time McDonald’s was also doing the super size option

    Which was also during the obesity crisis of the early 2000’s

  6. It’s beef !
    The sauce and toppings aren’t that hard.
    It’s making something more complicated than it is.

  7. They had to change the fries because employees were to lazy to keep making hot fresh fries. The new fries basically are just processed more so they appear crispy when sitting out longer.

  8. I worked at Wendy's from 1986-1990, but I will never eat there again. Too much nonsense with a simple burger.

  9. Not the Wendy's on central park avenue in Yonkers NY. They are the most racist black kids I ever encountered in my life. I work for doordash and I've only been there seven times since I started and everytime I go, I see them calling out names from other delivery services and when my customers order is done they look at me and put it up on a shelf to the point to where I'm practically shouting to them why they haven't called out my customers name? They completely ignore me every single time I'm there. Next time I'm suing.

  10. First of all a science has nothing to do with how to cook something it’s all about taste buds looking

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