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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by LibidoLoca, Apr 11, 2020.
So apparently Nestle calls them sandwiches, but are they?
If a calzone or stromboli counts as a sandwich then I would say that a hot pocket does as well
What troubles me is the "with real cheese" part, does that mean that the rest of the ingredients are not real?
Delete this thread.
Is this real thread or not ?
The world demands answers!
I miss the jalapeno and pineapple hot pockets they used to make.
No and get a air purifier preferably from Dyson.
What they are, is disgusting.
Let me get your caviar your majesty.
The Cube Rule
I say no. Based on nothing whatsoever, the criteria for a sandwich for me is that most of the component parts can be taken apart and reassembled if necessary.
Somewhere up until the late 80's or so it was pretty common to not have real cheese in processed food so the "real cheese" banner/marketing became really common when a brand tried to set itself apart.
Even now that most things do have real (or mostly real...) cheese in there, the branding has stuck in some places.
No. What they are are abominations.