Day 14 of the hamburger didn't really look all that different from Day 10. The only thing we noticed was both buns had cracked all the way though and were very brittle. Still no mold...
Now, what the kiddos had been waiting for...the hamburger finale. They destroyed the "fake hamburger" (as A calls it) with hammers and PVC pipe. They were suprised at how much force it took to crack the rock-hard patty.
Just pretend you saw a video here. Apparently, the video file was corrupted. Gonna see if my husband can take a look at it and fix it.
We had a fun time with this experiment, but we are glad it is over. It was rather boring. We have not been able to eat a McDonald's hamburger (or any other pre-frozen hamburger from any other fast food place for that matter) since completing this experiment. We did enjoy a Fudrucker's hambuger a few days ago though and it was delicious... It may not not be that good for you, but at least they use fresh beef.