This is what it means when you order 'Animal Style' at In-N-Out Burger

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If you've ever visited fast food chain In-N-Out Burger, you've probably heard the term "Animal Style."

But what exactly does it mean?

Basically, it's when a burger or fries come topped with all the fixings - plus a secret sauce, of which the ingredients have never been disclosed.

Check out the mystery toppings here...

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What makes In-N-Out different from other fast food joints?

What makes In-N-Out different from other fast food joints?

ANIMAL STYLE.

ANIMAL STYLE.

It's when you top a burger or fries with all the fixins'.

It's when you top a burger or fries with all the fixins'.

Lettuce, tomato, pickle, cheese, tons of grilled onions... and EXTRA SPREAD.

Lettuce, tomato, pickle, cheese, tons of grilled onions... and EXTRA SPREAD.

"Spread" is In-N-Out's secret sauce, but it tastes a lot like Thousand Island dressing.

"Spread" is In-N-Out's secret sauce, but it tastes a lot like Thousand Island dressing.

The secret recipe behind the sauce has "never been published," a rep for In-N-Out told Business Insider.

The secret recipe behind the sauce has "never been published," a rep for In-N-Out told Business Insider.


But whatever it is, it's delicious.

But whatever it is, it's delicious.

It makes you wonder — who would choose this...

It makes you wonder — who would choose this...

Over THIS?!

Over THIS?!
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