This is a video that illustrates a very simple food hack that anyone can do at McDonalds. Essentially, McDonalds employs the same oppressive menu rules as most fast food establishments and delis. You can't have breakfast food after 11am. And you can't have lunch food before that.
Attempting to undermine their arbitrary temporal laws of eating, we made a short video essay that documents an easy way to combine lunch and breakfast in spectacular futuristic (in the future, you'll be able to have whatever genre of meal at any time) fashion.
Fascinating in concept, but I don't know that I agree with calling any of this stuff "food" or a "meal."
Omnivore Salt is apparently so delicious that filmmaker Werner Herzog not only did a blurb on the package, but he even narrated a mini-documentary about its creator, blacksmith Angelo Garro, in his classic style:
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