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once and for all

>> No.16300697

makes no difference, crams up my ass the same way

>> No.16300705

B since you want to taste the meat better. If cheese, cheese goes on bottom

>> No.16300706

RIP this brothers digestive tract

>> No.16300711
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>> No.16300716

Fpbp. Either way works for my rectum feeding ritual.

>> No.16300723

Tomatoes on a burger?

>> No.16300725

but A keeps the burger together better. The patty keeps the lettuce and tomato from pulling away

>> No.16300730

B. Anyone who says A is an idiot.

>> No.16300741

Yes!? The fresh sweetness and acidity it brings helps to cut through the richness of the cheese and beef. Any tomato will work, but a good vine ripened one thinly sliced really makes a hambugga great.

>> No.16300745

b but i really dont think it matters

>> No.16300777

Why wouldn't there be tomatoes on a burger? Do you just eat a naked patty of meat on a bun?

>> No.16300779

B and it absolutely matters

>> No.16300795
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Yes, I like tomatoes on my burgah. How could you tell?

>> No.16300993

the salad to catch all the patty juice

>> No.16301023

> B since you want to taste the meat better
How about you just chew it you fucking duck?

>> No.16301042

Chop up the ingredients and make a burger salad.

>> No.16301078

it's literally one of the best parts

>> No.16301262

salad leaf on bottom, so it catches the beef juices and prevent the bun from becoming soggy, and tomatoes on top.

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B. Also it must be assembled in this manner

>> No.16301302

also the cheese needs to be on the meat first. lettuce on top of the other half. cheese must not directly touch tomato

>> No.16301346

The first few seconds of chewing are vital so the physical orientation of the food matters a lot for enjoyment

>> No.16301350

>Put cheese on hot griddle
>put bun on top of cheese

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>> No.16301361

B, if anything should be under the patty other than sauce and/or cheese, it's just lettuce to protect the bun, but even if the burger is rare, if you properly seared it, that won't be an issue. also where are the onions OP?
based, spent two years as a burger artist and I came out of it with this conclusion. I'd never complain about having one on my burger but it's almost always redundant
motherfucker what?

>> No.16301363

Unhinged. This person needs to be restrained and sedated.

>> No.16301366

Ok but get those fucking tomatoes off there you pig

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>burger artist

>> No.16301376

B. Every major burger chain invests hundreds of millions of dollars in food science and this is what they come up with every time.

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yes, I would artisanaly construct burgered structures out of raw components by hand and by sight, juggling executive decisions about quality control and modifications like they were god damn chainsaws. I was even financially compensated, making me a professional

>> No.16301484

the whole point of my method is so you can dress the bun while you wait on the patty. once the patty comes out you put it on the bottom bun then flip it over onto the top. If you do it the other way around, your burger dressings have a chance to fall apart. it's useful for things that have more toppings and not just lettuce and tomato.

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B, obviously. It just eats better, which is why it's always been the standard. "A" is a literal meme, by places just trying to be different.

>> No.16301490

B without tomatoes

>> No.16301535

that was unclear to me from your picture. I also preassemble while the meat cooks

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He was describing how McDonald's makes their burgers, which is why they usually look like they were assembled by pic related.

>> No.16301568

bro the modernist cookbook said it's A so it's A. no argument, stop being soy

>> No.16301612
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there will be onions
this is how i done my burgahs thus far

>> No.16301648

It literally doesn't matter how you put your burger together when the main attraction is overcooked.

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>it's an amerilard only knows about grocery store tomatoes grown out of season and thus 'hates' tomatoes epside

>> No.16301680

>mozzarella on a burger
choke yourself with my hand you fucking retard.

>> No.16301772

it's not fair bros

>> No.16301774

where's the beetroot, pineapple and bacon?

>> No.16301782


>> No.16301787

Topping go on top.

>> No.16301791

This, just eat the fucking sandwich.

>> No.16301805

this has to be bait lmao, what kind of monster would A
also, kwab

>> No.16301943

she's just hamming it up

>> No.16301950

i love b

>> No.16301968

You build the burger from the top lid and up, and then turn it around.

>> No.16302462

The salad and tomatoes tend to make the patty slide around more when the patty is on top. Condiments and onions seep into or indent into the buns better so they are fine below or above the patty.

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>> No.16302497

If you put tomatoes on there they need to be in contact with the bread so it can soak up the liquid.

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>> No.16303297

You guys really never stop obsessing over america, huh?

>> No.16303308

Based ass crammer

>> No.16303312

where do I put the onions and the cheese for B

>> No.16303358

Cheese always directly under or above the party. Under makes less sense.

>> No.16303824

so patty, then cheese, then onions, then salad and tomato?

>> No.16304759

cheese goes directly above or above and below the patty, onions usually under the condiments on the top bun

>> No.16304785

Thanks for the eczema help the other thread, cram anon, you really did help me :)

>> No.16304940

>t. McNigger

>> No.16304989

im american and never seen a burger built like A. i can't remember one instance

>> No.16304995

>Cheese always directly under or above the party. Under makes less sense.

if its a fast food environment, the heat from the bun and the heat from the patty will melt a cold slice of cheese faster after its wrapped, compared to having the cheese against cold vegetables and the hot patty.

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Here is the actual proper way to make a burger

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