I think the answer is yes. It seems like they use higher quality meat, cholesterol free vegetable oil, and fresher vegetables than the larger fast food chains. From their home page: "Our hamburgers are made from fresh, 100% pure beef. They are free of additives, fillers and preservatives of any kind, and we buy only chucks, the front ribs and shoulder." So, don't you agree that the answer is yes?
yes but.... It depends on what you are eating at the other fast food chains. For example, if you are ordering salads and parfaits, hopping onboard the in and out train for a milkshake, burger and fries is not the best alternative.
But if you are comparing burgers, in n out wins.
When I say win, I am saying that the in n out Double Double offers up a whopping 670 calories and 41 grams of fat. (Add fries to that, and your over the 50's in fat grams). As a Big Mac costs you 940 calories and 59 grams of fat, In N Out seems to be the (slightly) better choice.
However, if you want my two cents... only eat half. Or get a burger. You know?
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