There’s a new trend in the burger world and it’s a fast food version.
The newest burger to hit the shelves is called the “farm burger” and it uses a combination of traditional farm meat and beef, but adds a special sauce to the burger.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the meat from a single cow can produce up to 150,000 calories and up to 2.5 pounds of fat per pound of beef.
This is a big deal considering it takes two cows to produce the same amount of meat.
But what’s the secret sauce?
The secret sauce is a blend of plant-based proteins, vitamins and minerals.
These ingredients are often found in dairy products.
The protein is a protein known as whey, which is found in cheese, milk and other dairy products, as well as in many eggs, milk products and eggs.
Whey is a high-quality source of amino acids, a key nutrient in muscle, and it is one of the primary ingredients in beef.
The beef-based burger is made from a mix of whey and beef protein.
In addition to whey protein, there are also animal-derived ingredients such as fish oil, and chicken nuggets.
These are made from chicken and beef fat, which are typically found in processed meat products, including hamburgers, burgers, cheeseburgers and hot dogs.
The fat is typically added to the burgers to enhance the flavor and texture.
A burger can be topped with other ingredients to enhance flavor and aroma.
This includes bacon, lettuce, tomato and lettuce.
All these ingredients have been added to create a unique flavor that is unique to each individual burger.
The burgers are also packed with nutrients.
One of the best sources of these nutrients is iron.
Iron is an important nutrient for the body and is known to promote muscle growth and maintain the strength and endurance of the human body.
Iron is found naturally in many foods, including eggs, eggs whites and dairy products like yogurt, cheese, bacon and cheese products.
In addition, iron is found throughout the diet and can be found in a variety of foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes.