Yes, French fries in Australia are vegan. However, that's the scope of options for vegans in Australia; the only other vegan options are apple slices, French fries and coffee. Yes, I thought the United States also stopped using sebum years ago. There is milk as an ingredient for French fries in the U.S.
UU. They used to and now they cooked the French fries in vegetable oil, but they started to flavor them like meat instead and I'm convinced that's when their fries started to stink. I admit that quality largely depends on the individual batch being prepared, but those fries used to be magical and are now OK, at best. None of the major fast food chains here seem to have anything better either.
However, it's probably the best thing for my health. Did you think French fries in the UK were still fried with animal fat? No, but people still talk about how well old people were cooked with beef fat. They haven't been cooked with beef tallow since at least the early 2000s. I had a vegetarian roommate at the time who thought she couldn't eat anything from Macdonalds, but I asked at the store and they confirmed that it was fried in vegetable oil and not in the same oil as meat products.
In the United States they use milk, it's quite simple. There's no damn reason to use milk. Do you guys outside the United States make your French fries with vegans? Brutal. Since they are not vegans and, anyway, no one believes that they are healthy foods, bring the version fried in tallow.