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Can you remember the names of these discontinued fast food sandwiches?

They may no longer be sold, but they can make your mouth water.

Burger King has launched its Impossible Whopper, a meatless version of its flagship burger with the flavor of modern science. Soon, Subway will sell its similarly meatless Beyond Meatball Sub. 

Whether these sandwiches become long-term staples or passing trends, they are helping to usher in a new era of fast food.

The industry is always trying out new menu items. Over the years, many burgers and sandwiches have come and gone. We bet you ate some of them or saw commercials for them. (At least, we hope you've read about them elsewhere on this website.)

Let's put your stomach memory to the test. See if you can name all of these discontinued menu items from major fast food chains!
  1. Burger King gave the first version of its fish sandwich this name.
  2. McDonald's promised that the hot side would stay hot and the cool side would stay cool in this gimmicky burger.
  3. Burger King sold these adorable little conjoined sliders circa 1990.
  4. McDonald's launched this burger around 2000. You can still find it on military bases.
  5. What did McDonald's call this big bite that launched in 1979?
  6. Taco Bell sold this loose meat sandwich in the 1970s.
  7. What did the Sandy's chain call its competitor to the Big Mac?
  8. Wendy's tried to make this sliced meat sandwich work in 2006.
  9. What did the Burger Chef chain call its signature burger?
  10. Burger King offered this specialty sandwich circa 1982.
  11. Finally, Jack in the Box offered this long sandwich in the 1970s.
Can you remember the names of these discontinued fast food sandwiches?

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