Watch: ‘McRib’ mystery solved in Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA CITY –  Oklahoma City may hold the key to the McRib mystery.

A picture on Reddit of what an alleged McRib patty looks like circulated on social media.

To combat the internet rumors, the fast food chain created a video series on YouTube called “Our food. Your questions”.

Last month, Grant Imahara, ‘Mythbusters’co-host, took a closer look at McDonald’s and its food operations, according to Mashable.

Wes Ballamy, a vocal opponent of the McRib on social media, joined in this new video.

Ballamy and Imahara visited Lopez Foods, a food processing plant in Oklahoma City, to see how the McRib is made.

You may be surprised what you see!

Watch the video player above.

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