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White Castle Hamburgers Frozen Review

FriedChickenLover | Jul 28, 201011:19 AM     30

I have had a number of times the White Castle Hamburgers when I lived in the Long Island area.They are all over the place.
I have always preferred the fresh cooked to frozen.
Since living in Connecticut .
I have had to resort to th Frozen ones in a box that you can get at most major Supermarket chains.
White Castle is the kind of thing that you really like them or you hate them .
A person who likes the White Castle Burgers are known as Cravers .
Because we crave the taste of these mini burgers .
Its something with the Onions when they cook them with 100% beef.
So I have been eating these frozen ones and they do not taste bad at all .
Still I would rather have a fresh White Castle over frozen anyday.

So my question is this have you tried the Frozen product and do you like them ?.

White Casle only has Drive Ins in 11 States but I guess you can buy the frozen ones in the Supermarkets.

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