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15976567 No.15976567 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original]

aren't brioche burgers needlessly excessive? brioche is more or less cake.

>> No.15976581

It's annoying how they needlessly brush butter on the top of them, so your fingers get all greasy

>> No.15976610

>>15976567
Brioche isn't really close to cake. It's considered an enriched bread.

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>>15976610
that's like fatties saying they have heavy bones

>> No.15976629

It's not that we need all that for the trip, but once you get locked into a serious food collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can.

>> No.15976633

>>15976619
If we're talking calories alone yeah. There are distinct qualities that differentiate cake from brioche. The amount of gluten in the flour plays a big role in that difference.

>> No.15976910

>>15976567
brioche is closer to bread than cake

>> No.15976913

I really dislike non standard buns. Like when the shit is a pretzel or whatever, it distracts from the burger itself

>> No.15977130

I just dont like the standard store brand burger buns that turn into a soggy falling apart mess with the slightest bit of liquid from condiments and pickle juice.

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