Can we reverse-engineer secret food recipes (i.e. KFC, Coca Cola.. etc)?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 11, 2020 05:17 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 11, 2020 05:17 AM

I once told my mom when she could cook as good as KFC, we could stop going to KFC. So… I havent had KFC in 20 years. I told her, as long as she tried, I’d eat the results. After a year she had chicken so much better than KFC. I had to fight strangers off at dinner type when word got out.

I was temping at both Coke and Pepsi at the time, whoever paid more that week. That is not something you take on lightly. I can however make great root beer and ginger ale. Also it’s just cheaper to let them make it. Just buying bottles and caps is prohibitive let alone the ingredients.

Other restaurant i actually HAVE the secret ingredients for. I can certainly make “blooming onions” and quite a few other signature dishes. And again, make them better. When you go out to eat, you are paying for convenience. When you are thirsty, your paying for the distribution center. water is water. They ingredients for soda are but a few pennies on the scale they make it. So its not that you cant reproduce it. Its the inconvenience topped by the legal hassle of intellectual property.

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