So, you wonder about the shelf life of these burgers? Wonder no more. They have the half life of plutonium it seems.
This is just alarmist claptrap. You can do that with any thin burger, the key is that it needs to dry out before it gets moldy. If there's any moisture then it will rot first.
You're totally correct. More information here http://aht.seriouseats.com/archives/2....
Sick of seeing this silliness get passed around as "proof" of anything.
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