Given a choice between a veggie burger and a by god beef hamburger, that's not
even a choice .... I'll take the beef, thanks.
But ... in the vein of veggi stuff here's a lil concoction I recently whipped up
out outta the garden that's awesome: take 6 jalapenos, 4 onions and 3-4
cucumbers shredded in the food processor, take a flour tortilla and slater on a
lil mayo and shredded cheese, add 2-3 heaping teaspoons of the shredded veggie
mix, sprinkle on a lil black pepper and seasoned salt and it's CHOW TIME
But .... addin a lil ground beef or some cooked/shredded pork would be awesome
too. Bein a confirmed carnivore I LIKE MEAT
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/26/2012 04:22PM by Mrkim.
Well I like peppers and cucumber but not raw. They have to be pickled in some
way even it it is just vinegar. All my veggies have to be cooked. I don't care
about the nutrients it is all about the taste. About the only veggie I like raw
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/27/2012 07:27AM by jgoins.
Some veggies I like better raw and some better cooked. I can't handle onions
anymore especially not raw. Instant gut bomb for me. It's too bad because I love
the flavor. The best burger to me is a nice juicy fully cooked patty on a bun
with nothing but tomato, lettuce and pickles, no ketchup, mayo, special sauce or
anything. If the meat is done right it doesn't need any more wet stuff on it for
me. I love salads, often with no dressing at all. Everyone is different. I try
not to limit myself to any particular kinds of food, I pretty much like em all
as long as my gut can handle it. I don't think getting good nutrition is that
big a deal either. It's common sense to me. Also trusting what your body wants
is a good thing I think.
Onions do tend to repeat on me but I really love them so I make sure I have gas
x on hand.
Always have to have cheese on my burger and occasionally bacon but you are right
a properly cooked burger really need no liquids just lettuce tomato onions and
pickles. I just wish burger joints would season the meat the way they used to
in the old days.
I can do em with or without cheese. There are still some mom & pop
restaurants around that cook things right. There's one in Waldport that makes
just about the best burgers I've had. I asked her what she does different than
others and she said, "Not much, I just don't smash the patty while it's
cooking. That squeezes juices out."