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McDonald’s Japan gets Crabs

by Shane McGlaun
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McDonalds Japan routinely rolls out some very weird food items that are only offered in that country. One such food item was that purple sweet potato shake offered a few months back. This time out, McDonald’s Japan has a Krabby Patty, and you don’t even have to go to Bikini Bottom to get it.

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The patty on this sandwich is made from crustaceans all minced up and battered, then tossed onto a Ciabatta roll. Inside the patty along with the minced snow crab are some mushrooms. It looks rather like cheese of some sort is in the mix too, but that’s not listed in the ingredients. The “burger” is then garnished with with tomato sauce and some lettuce.

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So is this better or worse than a McRib?

[via ModelPress via Kotaku]

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