Fries - potatoes
Beef burgers are made with beef, but the fries are potato.
When I was 18 years old, I worked in the potato processing plant which, at that time, was the sole producer of McDonald's fries. This was when it was still a new thing for fast food restaurants popping up in places like Japan.
Unless things have changed dramatically since then, McDonald's fries are still being made from potatoes.
Yes, and no. The fries contain a small amount of "natural beef flavoring", but are no longer cooked in tallow (rendered fat).
No, Mickey D's fries are made from potatoes. If they had any beef in them they would be way more expensive.
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