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Weird! Twitter user put burger in air fryer, experiment went viral

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The new year brings with it a whole new array of strange experiments. Internet users and food bloggers are coming up with all kinds of innovative food pairings that confuse us. From fusion food to eccentric food combinations, users have started the year with some interesting and unique foods. Recently a Twitter user going by the handle @KLobstar did a strange experiment. He placed a McDonald’s Big Mac burger in his air fryer for two hours and live-tweeted the progress on his handle. Take a look at the first tweet of this series:

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@KLobstar’s bizarre experiment went viral and garnered nearly 200k likes and 25k retweets. Interestingly, the same user did a similar experiment with a hot dog last year, which is why they decided to replace it with a burger this year. “I learned my lesson from last year—no hotdogs. You can see I’ve also removed lettuce from this burger, assuming it will catch fire,” he wrote.

Explaining why he decided to do this experiment, he wrote, “For a year now I’ve been getting the same question- “why” “why are you doing this” and it’s pretty obvious. I am a genius with (unemployed) at his hands.” He further added that this year his wife was aware of his experiment but still she was not excited about it.

The Twitter user carried out this experiment in two parts – heating the burger at 300 degrees for 60 minutes each time and leaving a gap in between. At first, the smell engulfed the entire kitchen and the burger turned out to be very tough on top. However, the interiors remained pretty much the same, at least during the first hour. to keep track:

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He wrote in his tweet, “Not much difference from the beginning, it’s a little darker, very tough, but inside remains almost untouched.” The experiment went on for another hour, after which the cheese began to bubble and resemble peanut butter. His whole house was filled with the smell and, after which he decided to bite it and eat it. The user concluded in his tweet, “Cross-section- it appears the inside of the hamburger is relatively untouched and very soft. Smells somewhat like homemade meat.” He said the smell was, “It was awful, absolutely disgusting. 7/10 stars.”

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