This is what it means when you order 'Animal Style' at In-N-Out Burger
If you've ever visited fast food chain In-N-Out Burger, you've probably heard the term "Animal Style." Aly Weisman/Business Insider
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...
What makes In-N-Out different from other fast food joints?
It's when you top a burger or fries with all the fixins'.
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.
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.
It makes you wonder — who would choose this...