The burger place with perhaps the largest following, In-n-out Burger is not organic, nor is it completely sustainable, but it is the best of fast food and it is quite delicious. This is in part due to their commitment to fresh ingredients, delivered fresh the stores without the use of microwaves, freezers or heat lamps. The first In-n-out opened in California in 1948 and since then it has expanded east to Texas.
It is not just about the burger, I actually prefer the “grilled cheese, animal style” from the not-so-secret secret menu. It’s not just the food, but the experience. Sure, you can drive through and have the in-the-car experience, but In-n-out tastes best as a stop on a road trip. There’s nothing like a good burger (or grilled cheese) after driving what feels like endless miles on the 5 (the highway which goes North and South in Central California. A neapolitan (chocolate, vanilla, strawberry combo) shake is also an experience to be had at some point in life.
What are those little numbers on the bottom of some of the paper products? As a privately owned company, the only caveat to what I believe will be a delicious experience is that there are references to some bible verses, which may or may not matter to hungry people.