The Travelin Man
I don’t think that this phenomenon is unique to only In-N-Out. Someone told me that it has to do with the cooking process, but I am not sophisticated enough of a cook to know exactly what process that is. I think that fresh-cut fries are excellent when they are hot and right out of the fryer, but get very bad, very quickly if they are not consumed immediately. Whenever I order from a place that uses fresh-cut fries, I try to make sure that I am eating on site and not doing take-away.
Good report, saps! I don’t get out to CA too often, but when I do, I like to have some ideas where to eat.