LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 7:  An In-N-Out hamburger restaurant adjacent to a runway at Los Angeles International Airport has become a favorite Instagram spot to photograph jets as they land as viewed on February 7, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. In addition to multiple top tourist destinations such as Beverly Hills, Hollywood and the beaches, Los Angeles is home to the NFL's Super Bowl LVI held this year in Inglewood. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)
One Secret In-N-Out Ordering Trick Had To Be Banned
By David Tran
One secret ordering trick at In-N-Out that used to fly under the radar was the medium-rare burger, but unfortunately, the burger franchise has banned it.
On Facebook, In-N-Out explained that "because of a change in state law, we are no longer able to serve medium rare meat patties at any of our locations."
Per a 2018 California law, any retail or food establishment serving undercooked meat must inform consumers of "the significantly increased risk of consuming those foods."
A Reddit user claiming to be an In-N-Out shift manager commented on a post, alleging that In-N-Out "refuses" to put the risk warning on its menu and stopped offering them.
In-N-Out isn't the only fast food establishment not to offer medium-rare burgers. Shake Shack only serves medium-well burgers, and McDonald's patties must be 156 degrees F.