Carl’s Jr. Grass Fed Beef
Posted: 2015-01-10. Categories: Carl's Jr., Food

I was pretty excited to hear that Carl’s Jr. has come out with a new grass-fed beef hamburger. So, last night we took a drive down the hill and bought one. My mouth was watering just thinking about it.

Carl's Jr. jalapeno burger

Carl’s Jr. jalapeno burger

It smelled delicious. I modified mine, of course. No, onions, no tomatoes, no lettuce. Just cheese, pickles, ketchup and mustard. They actually used bread and butter pickles on the burger, which I didn’t really care for. The bun looked good, tasted good, but didn’t do my fibromyalgia any favors. My arms hurt all night.

It wasn’t until I was about half way through the burger that I realized just because the meat was better (all natural), didn’t change any of their other ingredients. Yes, they make the bun fresh daily — on the premises — but they are still using genetically modified products and their ingredients are from factory farms that dowse them with chemicals.

This is very much a lipstick-on-a-pig situation. I personally loved the taste of the burger but no matter how you dress it up, it’s still poison. I had the worst case of indigestion last night, it lasted well into the morning. I rarely get indigestion anymore, but I thought I was going to die last night and that sandwich was the only thing I had eaten for hours.

I find that by making my homemade hamburger buns out of sourdough, it doesn’t bother my fibromyalgia – at all.  I also use organic flour in my buns and all the other breads and pastries I make.  Since they have been putting glyphosate on the wheat plants many people simply can’t tolerate it. Unfortunately, I happen to be one of them.

If you do buy the new “natural” ground beef burger from Carl’s Jr., I recommend eating only the meat. 🙂 The rest of the sandwich just can’t be trusted.

Fast Food Chain Rolls Out New “All Natural” Burger…But You’d Better Read the Fine Print First

Because while the new beef patties are as natural as it gets in the fast food world, the chain’s definition of an “All-Natural” burger smacks of the same deception food consumers everywhere have grown to loathe almost as much as the chemical ingredients themselves.

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