Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles If you believe coke in McDonald's tastes better, you are not crazy, because it's a real thing. You know what is also a real thing? The Mcdonal's secret menu! But how to order from the secret menu? Let's find out with PAA. Hi, I am Shao Chieh Lo, welcome to what people also ask, where I search for something seemingly obvious and share with you some of its PAA, aka People Also Ask, which is a feature telling you what other people are searching on Google that relates to your query. Today's query is McDonald's Coke and Secret Menu. We will talk about why coke in McDonald's tastes better, and What's the deal with Mcdonal's secret menu. So let's start with our first PAA: Why does McDonald's Coke taste better? Google's auto-generated answer is extracted from an article titled “This Is Why Coke Tastes Better at McDonald's Than Anywhere Else” published by Reader's Digest which is an American general-interest family magazine founded in 1922 by DeWitt Wallace and Lila Bell Wallace. According to this article,restaurants typically get their soda syrups in plastic bags, but Coca-Cola does something different for McDonald's. The fast food chain gets its Coke syrup delivered in stainless steel tanks,the material keeps the soda fresher. In addition to that, according to the McDonald's website, both the syrup and the water get pre-chilled before going into the soda fountain. And while other places might rely on the dispenser itself to chill lukewarm water, McDonald's uses insulated tubes to deliver the liquid from the fridge to the fountain. Cold water is better for the carbonation because as soda warms up, the CO2 escapes quicker, the fact that water is kept cold at McDonald's enables its coke to maintain its fizz. All of these things combined make coke in McDonald's superior to the one you get in other places, and your tongue can taste the difference. I think you might heard of McDonald's secret menu items like “McGangBang” and “Poor Man's Big Mac”, but are they real things? Let's talk about our next PAA: What is the secret menu for McDonald's? Google's auto-generated answer is extracted from an article titled “Yes, You Really Can Order From the McDonald's Secret Menu” published by Eater, which is a food website owned by Vox Media. This article cited an AMA post on Reddit where a McDonald's manager in Scotland acknowledged that the secret menu really does exist. Here's what she said: You can order from the 'Secret Menu'. Just like with any of our sandwiches, you can add, remove or change ingredients by special request. These are called 'grill orders'. The items on the 'secret menu' weren't invented by anyone officially at McDonald's, it's just a random person's guide to burgers you could potentially 'hack' at McDonald's. Order one and the workers might not know it by name (i.e. Land, Air and Sea burger or the McGangBang) but if you explain what it is, and are willing to pay for all the ingredients, it's just another 'grill order' that we can make up. So they are real, you just need to know how to order. I found a very useful article titled”The Best Secret Menu Options at McDonald's” published on Eat This Not That, providing a very useful guide on how to do that. I will put the link in the description. Basically, you have to give the employee at McDonald's very specific instructions or order specific items and assemble it yourself. For example, you can order One cheeseburger, one McChicken, one Filet-O-Fish and use those components to assemble a Land, Sea, & Air Burger. Today we learned that coke actually tastes better at McDonald's and the reason behind it, the secret menu at McDonald's is real, and how to order from the secret menu at McDonald's. If you made it to the end of the video, chances are that you enjoy learning what people also ask on Google. But let's face it, reading PAA yourself will be a pain. So here's the deal, I will do the reading for you and upload a video compiling some fun PAAs once a week, all you have to do is to hit the subscribe button and the bell icon so you won't miss any PAA report that I compile. So just do it right now. Bye!