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What is the most epic sandwich ingredient?  

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  1. 1. What is the most epic sandwich ingredient?

    • Bacon
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    • Cheese
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    • Yoda
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Alright, a very not-so-serious post:

 

Bacon: very limited selection (pork bacon, turkey bacon, (other animal))

Cheese: Very diverse selection (Mozzerella, chedar, swiss, colby, brick, monterey jack, red lester, tilzet, caphileo, stilton, white stilton...)

 

Greater variety tends to expand the number of options you get for a sandwich. You don't like bacon, your options are limited.

 

Well saido_Q

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With most sandwiches comes bread. If you make something with bleached bread, it will be inedible and it won't matter what else you put on it. Or you may find that the bread alone is tasty enough that you don't need any of the above.

 

That's why one would say 'Yoda' in this debate.

 

Or perhaps a wrap is more to your liking. I know I love the tomato basil sandwich wrap, no matter what you want on it. Toasted, rye, and soaked with garlic always makes the difference. Not bacon.

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The answer is obvious. Just use science.

 

Bacon comes from pigs and pigs are also cops. Cops protect people. Bacon protects you.

 

Cheese comes from cows and cows are old, fat women. Old, fat women are mean and hit your hand with rulers. Cheese hurts your hands.

 

Bacon.

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That's not weird; I don't like the implication. It wasn't amusing, nor was it properly censored.

 

It was, and continues to be, extremely amusing.

 

It was also quite properly censored. I removed the word "bit" to protect the community from a mental image involving graphic violence. I suspect that you must have misinterpreted the phrase Doggie Porn. In the canine mindset, the primary route to self-gratification is food. This is the chief motivator to cause our canine household companions to abandon their conditioned civilized behavior and revert to a base-instinct reflex which can ofter result in an ugly confrontation between teeth and leg. Even the mere image of food can cause this reaction, especially if said food happens to be Bacol in nature. Therefore, such images meet the canine definition of the "P" word.

 

Of course, it doesn't help matters when I sit here and shout "BAAAAAACOOOOOOONNNN!" whenever I see the picture............

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It's my nature to be pesky.

Really? I'd never have guessed.

That's not weird; I don't like the implication. It wasn't amusing, nor was it properly censored.

You're kidding, right?

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The answer is obvious. Just use science.

 

Bacon comes from pigs and pigs are also cops. Cops protect people. Bacon protects you.

 

Cheese comes from cows and cows are old, fat women. Old, fat women are mean and hit your hand with rulers. Cheese hurts your hands.

 

Bacon.

 

This has to be by far the most unique usage of logic that I've encountered in Kavar's. Ranks right up there with the geometric proof a friend of mine came up with:

Chocolate is brown.

Dirt is brown.

Dirt has no calories,

Therefore chocolate has no calories.

 

!!!!!!!!!!!:

 

bacon5.jpg

 

From the Legendary Ultimate Bacon Sandwich site:

 

http://www.speakeasy.org/~sjmaks/bacon/

 

My dog just about (censored) my leg just looking at that picture.

 

so

 

Bacon=Doggie Porn.

 

And yes, I'm still weird.

I'm having a Pavlovian drool response looking at that sandwich.

And yes, you are still weird. :xp:

 

nor was it properly censored.

Did someone promote you to Ms. and/or Mr. Moderator while I was away on vacation? I'll have to check the mod forum again to make sure. No? Hmm, I guess I'll declare his version of censoring OK then.

 

Really? I'd never have guessed.

 

You're kidding, right?

:dev8: You're being sassy again.

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This has to be by far the most unique usage of logic that I've encountered in Kavar's. Ranks right up there with the geometric proof a friend of mine came up with:

Chocolate is brown.

Dirt is brown.

Dirt has no calories,

Therefore chocolate has no calories.

 

 

....that....Is....BRILLIANT!!!

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I removed the word "bit" to protect the community from a mental image involving graphic violence. I suspect that you must have misinterpreted the phrase Doggie Porn. In the canine mindset, the primary route to self-gratification is food.

 

Oh you meant your canine... I was thinking something else with the blank word and all. Well after changing what I thought to what you really meant, and you revealing the blank word, I now get the joke.

 

Still that depends on how many people use bacon on their sandwiches and how you would judge the best ingredient. Do you mean the one people like the most, or what is most consumed, because the latter would be cheese.

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Cheese...there are so many kinds of cheese and it allows for infinite combination of ingredients and tastes (you can even mix bacon and cheese...just don't tell your doctor or your insurance company if you do it on a regular basis :p). There's so much more than the classic ham + cheese (and even then the cheese and/or the ham can be varied).

 

I recently discovered a surprisingly good panini sandwich at the corner store that has a goat cheese, red marinated peppers, walnut, arugula and a little bit of honey as ingredients...At first, I was a bit reluctant at trying it but now I'm an addict :p (and there seems to be a lot more people who likes it as this is always the first sandwich to be sold out at lunchtime).

 

I've also tried one with bocconcini cheese, prosciutto, tomatoes and I don't remember what.

Turkey, pesto, (quality) swiss cheese and a dash of lemon + lettuce (or not)...

 

Smoked salmon (or smoked Arctic char if available) and cream cheese on slightly toasted pumpernickel bread or fresh bagel (I sometimes add a very tiny bit of fresh dill) + glass of white wine to accompany it is a classic when I'm too lazy to do any cooking.

 

(btw, you could hve also added "bread" to your poll options: as for cheese, there are many varieties other than industrial sliced white bread and that can transform an oh so ordinary sandwich into something else).

 

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bacon5.jpg

I think I'm going to have a heart attack just by looking at the pic!
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Did you know that 90% of the European diet prior to the French Revolution consisted of bread? One reason (there were many others) that sparked the revolution was in part due to the rise in the price of grain. Bread and cheese are traditional and classic ingredients.

 

Bacon really only became feasible with the advent of the refrigerator.

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Did you know that 90% of the European diet prior to the French Revolution consisted of bread? One reason (there were many others) that sparked the revolution was in part due to the rise in the price of grain. Bread and cheese are traditional and classic ingredients.

 

Bacon really only became feasible with the advent of the refrigerator.

Originally bacon used to be edible uncooked because it was cured in a brine and smoked/dried/salted/etc, which also made it last for a fair while without refridgeration. Bread expired quickly and was a staple of the diet because it was cheaper than meat. It was also either eaten quickly or made into a French toast- or gazpacho-type dish (i.e. softened).

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