02:00:37 - 02:03:13
MS industrial chef wearing white chef's hat and half-apron dumping uncooked French fries into baskets of industrial deep fryer for comparison test. MS four frying baskets being lowered into frying oil at the beginning of this 8 day "maximum abuse" test. MS man placing disgusting wad of white solid shortening into left side of fryer. MCU Frymax liquid shortening being poured into right fryer. CU fries cooking, baskets being lifted and shook, then dumped back in. CU sign on fryer: 2 1/2 Days. MS fryers, left fryer bubbling yellow, the shortening having broken down. CU spinning counter: numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MCU baskets in churning fryer, baskets being lifted out, golden fries shown to camera. MCU on-off switch of General Electric fryer. MCU disgusting pile of solid shortenening, sign reading "8 Days, 113 pounds" stuck at top. By comparison, Frymax produced only 38 pounds of fat (represented by a smaller mountain of fat with the sign on top). CU can of Frymax while VO explains its special Proctor and Gamble ingredient called "metsil." Diagram of how Metsil prevents fat-killing oxidation, retards fatty acid build-up.