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8 things picky eaters are 100% right about

Don’t fight us on these.

1. Beans shouldn’t touch other foods

Surely this is in the constitution somewhere?

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2. Wipe the knife

For the love of God, wipe the knife.

If we wanted a sandwich with a wedge of mayonnaise/mustard/butter  along the side of it, we would have asked for one.

3. Butter matters

If a person doesn’t like butter, then it’s unreasonable to expect them to eat something with just a “little bit” of butter on it.

Sure it’s just a scrape, you won’t even taste it.

Oho, we will taste it my friend. We will.

4. Shroom juice

Picking the mushrooms off something is not good enough – there’s a residue.

If we say “no mushrooms”, we mean “no mushrooms”.

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5. There’s a difference between garlic mayo and regular mayo

It’s okay to like garlic mayo but not regular mayo. Do not fight us on this.

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6. It’s okay to like cooked tomatoes, but not like raw tomatoes

They are different. Worlds apart. Chalk and cheese.

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7. Just salt, please

Not everybody likes salt AND vinegar on their chips. Please respect this.

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8. Burger joints

If you serve burgers, you should be required by law to list EVERYTHING that comes on your burger.

If it saws ”100% beef burger, lettuce, onion and tomato” and then arrives with a stinking pile of ketchup applied, don’t blame us when things kick off.

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