Discussion in 'Polls Forum' started by Henry, Aug 29, 2016.
In keeping up with the theme of questionable food distinctions.
This made me question the role burrito bowls play in my life. It's too early in the week for existential questions.
No because they don't inherently have vegetables, I know what you're saying and I feel the same way about pasta and potato salad
This one has me legitimately fucked up.
In b4 lock
What if you just dumped the ingredients on a plate instead of a bowl? The answer is still no.
Eat it on the floor, like a dog, you filthy animal.
Explain a taco salad to me Ken.
A taco salad is a salad with taco related toppings. Gutting a burrito and dumping its contents into a bowl doesn't make it a salad.
Who's dumping? Make all the ingredients and put the shit in a bowl. I'm going to need to speak to ur mother ur being disrespectful
No, it has a rice base, rice is placed in first. A salad has lettuce as a a base.
Or plate as if you're a michelin star chef... I don't care. It doesn't make it a salad.
What makes it a salad exactly?
if there's lettuce its a salad.
wait a second let me think about this agian
a cold dish of various mixtures of raw or cooked vegetables, usually seasoned with oil, vinegar, or other dressing and sometimes accompanied by meat, fish, or other ingredients.
"a green salad"
a mixture containing a specified ingredient served with a dressing.
"a red pepper filled with tuna salad"
a vegetable suitable for eating raw.
im not any closer to an answer
Yes you are. It's not a salad.
what if we consider guac or sour cream a dressing? whats the definition of a dressing?
There's such a thing as a warm salad, but I've never seen a hot one. Besides, even with the guac and sour cream, those aren't mixed in with the burrito ingredients like mayo is in a potato salad. The answer is no. At chipotle there's a reason why one can order a burrito bowl or a salad. They're different.
related: so if I make a bowl that consists of say rice, beans, a meat/protein, and grilled veggies is it inherently a burrito bowl because they share the same ingredients?
I guess what I'm trying to say is I would prob just call them "bowls" and not salad
Isn't a wrap just a salad in a tortilla
What's the difference between a wrap and a burrito
does this mean a burger with a lettuce slice is a salad and a sandwich simultaneously?
this. A place I used to go to in college to order a chicken caesar wrap- they made a full on chicken caesar salad, croutons and all, and just dumped it on a flatbread wrap. no difference I says