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In 2004, a customer in Las Vegas walked into an In-N-Out and ordered a 100x100. That's 100 beef patties and 100 slices of cheese, which the restaurant obliged as until then they accommodated orders of any size at extra cost. Since then In-N-Out changed its rules and capped the burger at 4x4.

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When In-N-Out Burger first opened in 1948, the company only provided a basic menu of burgers, fries and beverages. All burgers consist of zero or more 2 oz beef patties cooked to "Medium-well", and served on a toasted bun. The standard style of burger includes tomato, hand-leafed lettuce and "Spread", a sauce similar to Thousand Island dressing.

"Animal Style" is one of the most popular "Secret" styles; in addition to the standard toppings, Animal Style burgers include mustard fried onto each meat patty, pickles, grilled onions, and extra spread. "3×3", "4×4", or variations of "m" "c", refers to a burger with a varied amount of meat patties, "m", and slices of cheese, "c": e.g. a burger with six meat patties and three slices of cheese is a "6×3". Until 2004, In-N-Out accommodated burger orders of any size by adding patties and slices of cheese at an additional cost. On October 31, 2004, a group of friends ordered a 100×100 from a location in Las Vegas, Nevada, posting photos on the web of the burger. In-N-Out's burger customization offers customers a choice of four different onion styles. Raw sliced onions are arranged with a burger's cold ingredients, while grilled onions are placed directly on the beef patty.

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