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>ruins your burger

>> No.15246642

its okay, we all start off as tastelets

>> No.15246657

your poor parents

>> No.15246658

Some day you won’t be 11 years old anymore and will realize just how wrong you were

>> No.15246666

Don't know what kind of tomatoes you're using but mine always enhance my burger.

>> No.15246687

Not OP, but I never get tomatoes on any kind of sandwich. Love 'em on salads with some cucumber, carrots, and mushrooms, even like 'em fried green. Just not on sandwiches.

>> No.15246696

Tell me OP, how was special ed when you were in School? They did made you paint with fingers often?

>> No.15246709

>not tomato on a BLT

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I agree. tomatoes belong on cold sandwiches only

>> No.15246861

I don't get lettuce on those either. Just bacon and mayo on toast.

>> No.15246871

I feel sorry for your mother.

>> No.15246896

The lettuce adds nothing and the tomato add only moisture. What's the point of crispy bacon if you want moisture?

>> No.15246944

Is there a better way to store tomatoes so they don't go all mushy and lose all their juice when cutting into them after a couple days? I love tomatoes but the texture is usually off by the time I'm halfway through using one.

>> No.15246966

>halfway through using one.
Just buy smaller tomatoes that you eat in one go,

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>ruins everything

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>> No.15247083
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What is your favorite veggie on burgers and why is it onion?

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Tomatoes are great on a burger. However, dried tomatoes are the thinking man’s choice.

>> No.15247203

I do love a nice sweet Vidalia on a burger to give it some crunch and acidity. Second favorite veggie on a burger has to be mushrooms.

>> No.15247216

Never thought of it, always used them for sauces, based anon ngl

>> No.15247222

Vidalia are too sweet for a burger. Better off with yellow/brown onions.

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>> No.15247238

Never thought of using sundried. Anon, you just blew my mind.

>> No.15247241

What exactly do lettuce and tomato add to a burger?

>> No.15247255

flavor and texture and lettuce is good for you and adds a crunch

>> No.15247269

Properly fried onions are better. Explain the flavor profile of lettuce and the moisture content of tomato.

>> No.15247276

thats like explaining color to a blind person

>> No.15247296

So what you said before was total bollocks, then?

>> No.15247324

not at all i just dont like talking to tastelets

>> No.15247339

Yeah. Lettuce is so tasty. And most tomatoes in stores are just water bombs. Try harder.

>> No.15247360

Literally the tastebuds of my 5 y/o nephew, are you autistic aren't you?

>> No.15247372

Nothing better than a soggy sandwich with random tasteless leaves.

>> No.15247379

It depends alot on how thick the meat is and how much veggies you're putting on the burger. I don't usually ask to take them off or anything but if you get a standard fast food thick patty, single patty, and they put average thickness tomatoes and a bunch of shredded lettuce it's gonna ruin the burger. The experience at that point becomes 50/50 meat/veggies. Biting your burger and the main thing you taste is a cold ass tomato and raw onions that's just gross, I agree.
If you get a decent burger with a thick party, or double/triple patty, a decent leaf of lettuce grilled onions and a few THIN slices of tomato it's a good juicy compliment I think, even a little bit of raw onions. The thing is the patty has to be thick and flavorful. In my opinion with a great patty the veggies just enhance the flavor and even adds flavor to the burger from contrast (like how adding chili to a watermelon makes it taste sweeter)
But if you got a shitty/mediocre patty, vegetables can make it even worse and feel like cafeteria/jail food

>> No.15247396

>thick party
what do Democrats have to do with this?

>> No.15247397

>what is texture

>> No.15247404

If you smash the burger, it's still the same amount of meat.

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>> No.15247419

>random leaves
That would me leaves you just picked as you walked along a forest trail. Lettuce is a pretty specific leaf.

>> No.15247428

He's never seen a mixed leaf salad. How sad. Tell your mom to shop better.

>> No.15247429

tastelet noob

>> No.15247433

Then ask for a burger without. Oh, wait, Those human robot can't even remember 30 seconds ahaed.

>> No.15247458

Lame post.

>> No.15247534

good posts

>> No.15247545

>literally you over that comment

>> No.15247572

It's the same lonely person making all these threads.

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>> No.15247594

How are you meant to remember the future

>> No.15247596

My stupid autistic mouth finds every fucking seed and makes my stupid autistic brain short curcuit until I figure out something to do with the seed. Tomatoes are hugely problematic and I hate it, 'cause tomatoes taste really good. =(
Tomato sauce is almost worse sometimes, 'cause not everyone peels their tomatoes before crushing them and putting them in the sauce. So now I get to short-circuit when I hit tomato seeds AND tomato skin.

>> No.15247604

Have you considered putting on your big-girl panties and walking it off?

>> No.15247614

The lettuce adds texture, and tomato adds flavor so long as it's a quality tomato and not the mealy shite you get at the grocery store.
BLTs are shite.

>> No.15247663

Water with more water. Add crispy fried onions instead. More flavor.

>> No.15247667

you autismo nigga I eat tomatoes whole like apples, they're delicious

>> No.15247671

The real filter is not knowing you are supposed to grill them first.

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>Lettuce makes your sandwich soggy
Tha k you for confirming what i said

>> No.15247693

Thank you*

>> No.15247711

Is that what I said, or are you badly educated?

>> No.15247716

Huh? You don't know how to reply?

>> No.15247719

the perfect burger, from top to bottom:


don't (You) me

>> No.15247723

Yes and you confirmed to me that you are autistic that's what I said, or are you badly educated?

>> No.15247737

If I was autistic I wouldn't be here, would I? Using your bad education as an excuse is lame, especially on a food and cooking board.

>> No.15247763

lame eater

>> No.15247769

You sad sad little baby.
Next you'll be saying gherkins are bad for burgers.

>> No.15247793

Even lamer reply. Try harder (if your education allows it).

>> No.15247879

You're here precisely because you're autistic.

>> No.15247885

I don't care to have tomato on my hamburgers. I do not dislike the taste or texture, that part's fine. What I don't like is how it slides around and makes the damn thing fall apart in my hands.

>> No.15247906

>you like lettuce on burgers for the texture? you should add this thing with a totally different texture instead
>lettuce and onions are mutually exclusive toppings to begin with

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>he eats with his hands

>> No.15247919

says the manchild

>> No.15247927

Onion, pickle, and romaine lettuce

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>> No.15248227

white onion is always better on a burger than the red

>> No.15248290

this but replace ketchup with mayo, remove a slice of cheese, and add mushroom

>> No.15248301

Then take it off, sperglord. A thread really died for this.

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>> No.15248309

Now this is autism

>> No.15248311

Spergs aren't gifted at communication.

>> No.15248354

>vastly improves everything

>> No.15248449

You seem to have knowledge.

>> No.15248522

The acidic tomato juices mixing with mayo to form a runny, creamy, vinegary sauce is one of the few reasons sandwiches are worth eating in the first place.

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>> No.15248601

red onion is just for show on a burger and you will never be a woman

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Good call

>> No.15248700

At a fast food place? 100%. They all taste under-ripe and look like they were cut a week ago.

>> No.15248717

>toppings elitism
This is what’s wrong with all of you, in case you haven’t noticed why people don’t go out to eat with you.
You’re the type of people who get seriously upset about someone ordering food how they like.

>> No.15248740

This but remove bacon as it is not kosher oy vey

>> No.15248743

Who thought it was a good preteen fucking idea to put FRUIT on a burger?!

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>> No.15249702

My favorite veggie on burgers IS the burger
Cause I’m Vegan lol

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Grilled mushrooms
Grilled onions

>> No.15249852

this is the only valid point against tomatoes itt

>> No.15249878

Pickles are fruit and wheat is a fruit as well.

>> No.15250425

stop being intelligent on my forum please

>> No.15250427

Why do eurocucks hate tomatoes so much? In Canada they are considered essential

>> No.15250444

Tried it and it wasn't my thing, too chewy, flavor was nice though. I considered making a sun dried tomato ketchup as a condiment though (not a sweet ketchup but more like the old mushroom ketchup from the pioneer days) next time I make burgers

>> No.15250451

This man knows burgers

>> No.15250460

simple as, fuck vegetables

>> No.15250482

You don't speak for all of us you tomato eating freak.

>spicy chicken
>no tomato
>extra mayo

>> No.15250487

No fried egg tho?

>> No.15250500

anon stop my penus is only so erectable

>> No.15250610

>I've never had a good tomato, the thread

>> No.15250614

flavor wise yes
texture wise no

Oil cured tomatoes fixes the texture problem

>> No.15250842

>ctrl f grapes
>0 found
why do so few know this blissful pairing?

>> No.15252201

Add more bacon since it's not very kosher

>> No.15252728

Lord, tomatoes I could understand since most of the time they're out of season, flavorless and release too much water, but pickles add an element of crunch and acidity that's amazing in the right context

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>he doesn't fry his tomatoes before putting them on his sandwich

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>> No.15253247

Instead of tomatoes can I have another slice of cheese?

>> No.15253272

There are several types of tomatoes. If you get the one full of fucking water from shop I say that ruin everything it touches.
Now if I get the meaty variant of tomatoes from my garden at their peak, now that is delicacy.

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