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31. Posted by loubylou (Travel Guru 664 posts) 7y

Quoting Redpaddy

So what does a Jolibee burger taste like - any good??

Well I had one once and I'd never have one again...there was a special cheese flavoured ketchup on the cheesburger instead of cheese. Apparently it's called cheeze-up and it was horrible!

We don't particularly like McDonalds but sometimes we can't find a place to eat, we have been travelling for 12 hours without food and just need food - any food - and we go for the easy option of McDonalds! Oh and if we have a long journey ahead and there is a McD's around, we go for the breakfast, it'll keep us going for hours and hours and hours!

32. Posted by Redpaddy (Inactive 1004 posts) 7y

Mmmm. I'm a cheese lover the world over - but always suspicious of a cheese that's called - "Special!!"

33. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 7y

Quoting loubylou

Well I had one once and I'd never have one again...there was a special cheese flavoured ketchup on the cheesburger instead of cheese. Apparently it's called cheeze-up and it was horrible!!

It sounds like this.

With a name like Cheez Whiz - it had to be good!
It was popular in the US during 60s and 70s - especially for making dips and sauces. But, it was also big for spreading on hamburger and hot dog buns because it had the consistency of mustard. Mothers across the US loved the stuff because you could use it in anything and they did.

34. Posted by Swept Away (Travel Guru 1113 posts) 7y

Quoting loubylou

[quote=Redpaddy]So what does a Jolibee burger taste like - any good??

Well I had one once and I'd never have one again...there was a special cheese flavoured ketchup on the cheesburger instead of cheese. Apparently it's called cheeze-up and it was horrible!
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That was the dressing, and you didn't have a cheese burger, but a BURGER yum/ Burger yum with cheese. Its MAYONAISE, and I never eat Mayo, so I ask them to remove it. They use the Mayo ( A VERY STUPID idea to REPLACE the tiny piece of Pickles)

But Jollibee's patty is juicy, probably steamed. The Mc. donald's fries and Chicken is better (my personal opinion). But the Bee still kicked the clowns ass, nation wide and it goes everywhere Filipinos exist.

The marketing strategy is the Mc.donalds is blant while Jollibee is tasty and flavourful... Well it is... thought the Fries at Mc.donalds is better, the coke taste sweeter... Both fastfood also sell Spaghetti, so KFC also sell Spaghetti. The three sell CHICKEN with Rice.... RICE is the most expensive item in the media, because it oppresively small.

Jollibee sell hotdogs, dishes with rice, peach mango pies, and more... you'll see one in your neighborhood soon.

35. Posted by Swept Away (Travel Guru 1113 posts) 7y

Quoting Isadora

Quoting loubylou

Well I had one once and I'd never have one again...there was a special cheese flavoured ketchup on the cheesburger instead of cheese. Apparently it's called cheeze-up and it was horrible!!

It sounds like this.

With a name like Cheez Whiz - it had to be good!
It was popular in the US during 60s and 70s - especially for making dips and sauces. But, it was also big for spreading on hamburger and hot dog buns because it had the consistency of mustard. Mothers across the US loved the stuff because you could use it in anything and they did.

Kraft Cheez whiz Pimiento, that would be no.1 on my list of things my mom would have to send me soon. They don't use that in Jollibee, Cheeze Whiz is expensive.

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