#TastyTuesday: Impossible McDonald's math, grilling season and more!

An Instagram post by Brobible has stumped many people. The post looks like a basic algebra equation. However, the numbers are replaced by McDonald’s menu items like fries and a burger.

Constantine Spyrou, a resident mathematician and food scientist for Foodbeast came up with a solution.

The answer to the ‘impossible McDonald’s math problem’ is ???????

See the full story on Foodbeast.com. 

As spring slowly morphs into summer, the temperatures rise and grilling season begins. Neil has some great grilling tips:

1 Be prepared before starting up the grill. This means making sure all tools, meat and other sides are all set and prepped.

2 Always clean the grill grate and use the right grilling tools.

3 It is vital to trust nothing else but your thermometer, especially when it comes to cooking meats.

4 Preheating the grill will make the food cook faster and hotter. It’s recommended to preheat the grill around 15 to 25 minutes.

5 To prevent foods from sticking to the grill, rub a paper towel soaked in vegetable oil on the grates.

6 Marinate the meat so that there is long-lasting flavor.

See all the tips on EatingWell.com and Seriouseats.com.

If wondering what to eat for a good pre- and post-workout, fitness experts reveal what they have before and after their workout routine.  

1 Tamara Stojkov, a fitness ambassador for Orsden, said she eats oatmeal before a workout because it is packed with ‘healthy carbs, vitamins and fiber.’ Afterwards, Stojkov will have a protein bar or flavorless protein powder.

2 The founders of Tone It Up, Karena and Katrina, both have espresso with almond milk since they both workout in the morning before breakfast. Afterwards, Karena has a protein pancake with Tone It Up powder while Katrina has a protein smoothie.

3 Owner of Unlimited Martial Arts and martial arts expert, Anthony Fontana, eats ‘grilled or seared whitefish with a leafy salad and beans’ an hour before his workout. About an hour after working out, Fontana will drink about 4 ounces of beef bone broth along with grilled chicken and a roasted sweet potato.

See the full list of pre- and post-workout foods to eat from fitness experts on Delish.com.

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