Not buyin’ it. Literally.

McDonald’s has Premium Salads with “warm chicken.” Starbucks has some breakfast sandwiches that are “served warm all day.”

I confess to being snobby about food, but I also know the difference between “warm” and “fresh.”

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Comments

  1. “Warm” makes sense with salads. Hot things could scorch all the vegetables. I think I found out one reason why they use iceberg lettuce on sandwiches. I put some hot bacon on top of some romaine this summer, and it immediately turned an awful color and tasted strongly of seaweed.
    In all other instances, I agree. When I think “warm food” I think “springtime for bacteria”.

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