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Burger King Flame Grilled Whopper Deals: Triple Whopper $3, Double $2 or Single EXPIRED

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  • Burger King Flame Grilled Triple Whopper $3
  • Whopper Meal: Whopper Sandwich + Small French Fries + Small Drink $4
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How in the world is BK not crazy busy. It's half the price of the other fast food places.
For some reason, the BKs around here take 10+ minutes to make your order. The employees are genuinely unhappy about their job and don't try to hide it.

It's a great deal but because of the wait times, I can see why people are less likely to frequent a BK
I drive clear across town quite often just for BK, since feeding a family is more suitable at this location.

Chicken nuggets are highway robbery at any other location. At BK, you add it during the checkout for $1.50 for 10. The same thing would cost me over $4 or $5.
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06-11-2021 at 10:47 AM.
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can you get a single, double and triple or just one total?
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06-11-2021 at 10:58 AM.
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limit one total, or can you get one of each in a single order?

EDIT: Ah, not even valid any longer (Fri 12pm)
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06-11-2021 at 11:06 AM.
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Quote from SlickCrowd6832 :
Come on... you might as well put in the title... FAT PEOPLE CHECK THIS OUT....

I don't do fast food very often and I also gained weight during the pandemic. But I prefer BK to McD's any day of the week.
I just envy you and hoping for some miracle tip.
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06-11-2021 at 11:10 AM.
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jeez I'm now one of those people Scratchhead

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Reading is fundamental. It's usually Wednesday only, but I think they extended it yesterday because of an app error.
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06-11-2021 at 11:44 AM.
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I used to eat at BK a lot, until I got crazy fat.

Now, I cook my own food. Lost 50 lbs. Gained some 15 lbs during the pandemic, now working on losing more.

How are you guys not gaining weight eating there?
It comes down to journaling your food intake. Keeping your nutrition (calories, macro) in check versus your activity level. Simply budget your nutrition calories and macro intake. If I wanted to (based on what I eat), I could have both a triple and double whopper daily plus other food and still either maintain and lose weight.

I dropped from 190 to 165 lb actually including more processed foods daily that I never use to eat, such as cookies, pastries, burgers, energy bars, etc. Yes, having a consistent exercise program helps, but tracking my nutrition is key.

A triple and double whopper comes out to be [ Cal 2030 / fat 133 / carb 98 / protein 115 ].

Still experimenting with my nutrition intake, but I am currently eating anywhere from 2500 to 3000 calories per day, plus or minus for my one meal a day at dinner time. This doesn't take into account the amount I consume preworkout. My macro (still experimenting) that I shoot for is Fat 100 gram / Carb 200 / Protein 200, meaning I would still need to eat something else after a double and triple whopper. I would need to find a combination with high carb and high protein to hit my carb and protein goals because the double/triple whopper already hits my fat macro goal. Because it overshoots my fat macro, I would lower my carbo intake just a bit to compensate while maintaining my high protein intake.

It's easier for someone who once consumed processed foods previously to lose weight when they go vegetarian or eat healthier is because the portion size of healthy food and vegetarian foods usually has a larger volume than unhealthy processed foods if the calories are equivalent. Vegetarians and health nuts essentially consume less calories. But more importantly, the macronutrient ratio is already ideal in healthy foods.

The challenge to all of this is to eat food that will keep you full so you don't overeat in calories. Easier to over consume calories with processed junk; more difficult to do it with healthier foods (but doesn't mean you can't).

https://company.bk.com/pdfs/nutrition.pdf

Burger King's double whopper (354 grams) has 900 calories / fat 58 gram / carb 49 / protein 48

Burger King's triple whopper (438 grams) has 1130 calories / fat 75 gram / carb 49 / protein 67






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It's not hard. Eat healthy, low carb, high protein meals 95% of the time.

To prevent yourself from scrapping being good all the time, once or twice a month eat a cheat meal such as BK.
Your advice (limit cheat meals) is probably the better route for most, and better than what I would recommend. But you don't have to go low carb or keto to stay healthy. I personally chose not to go keto or low carb because I still would like to have carbs. My macro existing goals are roughly fat 100 gram / carb 200 gram / protein 200 grams. There are plenty of tasty (both healthy and unhealthy foods) in the form of carbohydrates. Someone can go high carb, high protein and lose weight. Experiment, keep track of calories and macronutrients.
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06-11-2021 at 11:51 AM.
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I worked at BK in high school. You couldn't pay me to eat there now. Back then I didn't mind the food and if I or one of the guys I worked with that I trusted to make it fresh it was ok. You go to one now and you'll be eating stale buns and pre-cooked meat that has been in the steamer box for way too long. Oh and you don't want to know what happens if the broiler oven won't light or isn't working right.
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06-11-2021 at 12:06 PM.
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I used to eat at BK a lot, until I got crazy fat.

Now, I cook my own food. Lost 50 lbs. Gained some 15 lbs during the pandemic, now working on losing more.

How are you guys not gaining weight eating there?
easy, i throw out the bread and tell them to not put any ketchup on the beef burger. all thats left is beef, fat, and veggies, which i pretty much eat anyway on low carb. could never do that with the high carb impossible burger.
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06-11-2021 at 12:27 PM.
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Your advice (limit cheat meals) is probably the better route for most, and better than what I would recommend. But you don't have to go low carb or keto to stay healthy. I personally chose not to go keto or low carb because I still would like to have carbs. My macro existing goals are roughly fat 100 gram / carb 200 gram / protein 200 grams. There are plenty of tasty (both healthy and unhealthy foods) in the form of carbohydrates. Someone can go high carb, high protein and lose weight. Experiment, keep track of calories and macronutrients.

I have found low-carb, high-protein foods I like. Liking what you are eating is the key. Someone for a short time can eat foods they don't enjoy but eventually, they will throw in the towel. If you like the foods you'll stick to them. It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle change.

For my entire life, I have loved vegetables and use that to my advantage. Instead of sandwiches, I eat salads with meat such as a pastrami salad.

One thing is I hate keeping track of what I eat. I wouldn't even bother if I had to log.

Plus, every morning I ride my exercise bike for an hour.
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06-11-2021 at 01:54 PM.
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Thank the government for the COVID unemployment handout. People don't want to work if they can sit at home and earn more. End the handout, and restaurants will once again be able to find staff.
You blame the government for your fast food problems?
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I have found low-carb, high-protein foods I like. Liking what you are eating is the key. Someone for a short time can eat foods they don't enjoy but eventually, they will throw in the towel. If you like the foods you'll stick to them. It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle change.

For my entire life, I have loved vegetables and use that to my advantage. Instead of sandwiches, I eat salads with meat such as a pastrami salad.

One thing is I hate keeping track of what I eat. I wouldn't even bother if I had to log.

Plus, every morning I ride my exercise bike for an hour.
Yes, as you put it, lifestyle changes is a good way to put it. Enjoying what you eat is certainly one of the key to long term success — one reason why I decided against exploring keto after doing some research and reading how some have difficulties because they still crave carbs. More importantly, many that come off keto or even low carbs put on the weight.

Logging doesn't have to be extremely nitty gritty. Just like recipes in baking or cooking — do it once and simply repeat. If I know 2 double patty burger, 2 serving of pasta with alfredo sauce and 4 slices of chicken breast, two plates of vegetables, and a slice of apple pie with a scoop of ice cream fits my macro and calories, and this taste absolutely delicious, there's no need to log so to speak. I'd just say I can have this same combination (without needing to crunch numbers again) anytime I crave the same food.

I like lifting weights which is why logging feels natural. How much I lifted today versus what I should do the next session requires either a mental (or physical or digital) logbook so I can keep track of my progress. I have a concept2 rower that I use and log my sessions online so I can keep track of what I've done for cardio. I also have a cheap stationary bike that I can ride for 1 hour and that'll burn off roughly 300 calories, or do 1 hour on the concept and burn off 950 calories.
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In my experience it depends entirely on the franchisee.
Not to mention that no one is going to comment on the good experiences, you'll only hear the complaints.
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06-12-2021 at 01:57 PM.
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I went to BK today because I had it in the back of my head after seeing this promotion. I knew that the promotion was no longer available. So I ordered the triple whopper combo as I always do and found out that they raised almost it 3 dollars now it is $12, It used to cost me $9 before.

SORRY BK I WILL NOT BE GOING TO YOUR RESTAURANT ANYMORE.

I can get a much better burger at Flanigan's or Chilly's.
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Thank the government for the COVID unemployment handout. People don't want to work if they can sit at home and earn more. End the handout, and restaurants will once again be able to find staff.
Not worth getting sick for minimum wage this staff shortage will go on for years.
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Yes, as you put it, lifestyle changes is a good way to put it. Enjoying what you eat is certainly one of the key to long term success — one reason why I decided against exploring keto after doing some research and reading how some have difficulties because they still crave carbs. More importantly, many that come off keto or even low carbs put on the weight.

Logging doesn't have to be extremely nitty gritty. Just like recipes in baking or cooking — do it once and simply repeat. If I know 2 double patty burger, 2 serving of pasta with alfredo sauce and 4 slices of chicken breast, two plates of vegetables, and a slice of apple pie with a scoop of ice cream fits my macro and calories, and this taste absolutely delicious, there's no need to log so to speak. I'd just say I can have this same combination (without needing to crunch numbers again) anytime I crave the same food.

I like lifting weights which is why logging feels natural. How much I lifted today versus what I should do the next session requires either a mental (or physical or digital) logbook so I can keep track of my progress. I have a concept2 rower that I use and log my sessions online so I can keep track of what I've done for cardio. I also have a cheap stationary bike that I can ride for 1 hour and that'll burn off roughly 300 calories, or do 1 hour on the concept and burn off 950 calories.
You weigh 165lbs now and burn 950 calories in one hour on a concept2 rower, but only 300 for the same time on an exercise bike? Really?

Asking only because at that same weight, I average a little over 600 calories for an hour workout on either one, with an equally drenched shirt at the end.

So what's your fastest 10K row on the concept2?
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06-14-2021 at 08:15 PM.
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You weigh 165lbs now and burn 950 calories in one hour on a concept2 rower, but only 300 for the same time on an exercise bike? Really?

Asking only because at that same weight, I average a little over 600 calories for an hour workout on either one, with an equally drenched shirt at the end.

So what's your fastest 10K row on the concept2?
I fluctuate between 161 to 165lb. Secondly, my cardio still sucks. Especially when lifting weights. It has always sucked.

To answer the question. Not sure what my 10k row is. My 2k is terrible, usually anywhere from 8:00 to 8:20. Also no way would I survive a straight 10k row. I do it in segments. 20 minute segments x3, probably a few minutes to rehydrate in between.

Yes to a certain extent. When it comes to biking (one of those cheap foldable bikes), I do intervals, but not HIT. The display reads about 160 calories over 30 minutes. Go harder for 20 seconds, then moderate for 40 seconds. Repeat. I've done multiple sessions with the bike, and that's usually what I average at this pace. I do need that extra time to recover.

On the concept2, I finally broke the 500 calorie per 30 minute mark recently. And this took effort, a lot.
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