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So McDonald's came up with a very clever idea for the Micky D fans -- build your own damn burger! For about 11 bucks, you can get a creative, MASSIVE burger that'll satisfy all of your food dreams.
You can add as little or as much as you want. I'd probably just throw everything on it, tbh.

There are five steps to the burger building:

Step 1:

Choose a bun, or go bunless. You can choose between the baker's bun, brioche-style, or a lettuce wrap.

Step 2:

Choose your cheese. You can choose between the Mcdonald's classic cheese, Colby jack cheese, shaved parmesan, swiss cheese, natural cheddar. By the way, you can choose THREE! Layer it up, baby!

Step 3:

Choose your taste teasers. Choose from angus patty, crispy bacon, rasher bacon, egg, grilled mushrooms, grilled pineapples, tortilla chips, guacamole, You can add 10 of whatever on this list. Build it, stack it, let the bacon games begin!

Step 4:

Make it crispy or crunchy with these options: lettuce, jalapenos, red onion, caramelized grilled onions, long sliced pickles, tomatoes, sliced beetroot. ADD UP TO 10!

Step 5:

GET SAUCY! You can add BBQ, Big Mac Special Sauce, chipotle mayo, dijonnaise, herb aioli, ketchup, tomato chili jam, aioli. Zest is up with three of these saucy beasts!
Youtuber Casey Neistat takes advantage of the build your own burger at Mcdonald's and creates a burger with everything he can possible have on it -- for the maximum number of fixings he can throw on it. Only select Mcdonald's restaurants are offering this HUGE deal.
If you're in New York City, there's a McDonald's offering it -- its on 58th and 3rd. They've opened "Create Your Taste" kiosks. The company boasts that you can craft the "burger of your dreams."

What would you add or leave out for the "burger of your dreams"?

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kfc do that one time.
If America wasn't fat enough already xD!
@EdwinArroyo really? It was build your own sandwich?
@InPlainSight oooh okay! I guess they started it in other countries before the USA.
id leave out mcdonalds.