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Yes cheese is a topping when on a pizza.

A hotdog is technically a sandwich but shouldn't be referred to as one.

No cereal is not a soup. It's not cooked.



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Ka-pi96 said:
Aeolus451 said:

It's a veggie or close enough to one if you want to call it a "fruit".

It's a real 100% fruit, not a vegetable though.

So are Cucumbers, Peppers and Pumpkins technically.

 

But science can go do one as far as I'm concerned, I'm calling em vegetables.



MrWayne said:

3. No soupe needs to be boiled and i don't know anyone who is boiling there milk for cereals

I know people who boil their milk for cereals. I mean, you can't have Weetabix with cold milk, now can you?



Ka-pi96 said:
Aeolus451 said:

It's a vegetable to me. 

And the earth is flat to some people...

The know-it-alls used to classify them as a vegetable and they taste like a vegetable. *shrugs



Ka-pi96 said:
freebs2 said:

True, right? They don't even put pineapples on it, what's wrong with them?

:O

How can you not put pineapple on pizza? That's like THE topping!

No, to be fair I haven't really tired it but it doesn't sound really inviting. I'll try it someday

(maybe)



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DonFerrari said:
KBG29 said:
Yes, Cheese is a topping. So is suace or anything else on top of the dough.

Both, a hotdog is not a sandwich, however, a Hotdog in a bun is a sandwich, or a sub.

Both. Depending on how it is prepaired, ceral can definitly be called a breakfast soup. Some people eat it dry, but the same can be said for any other soup ingredenets. Some people eat cereal with water, some with milk, some with juice. I would say Lucky Charms in Milk is definitly a breakfast soup.

The fact that people eat vegetables, meat and others without being soup doesn't make them soup.

I am a little confused with that. So you can eat vegetables and meats alone, or mixed together, yet they wouldn't be a soup. They only become a soup when you add some sort of broth to them, then whatever mixture you combine is now a soup. Why wouldn't that be the same with cereal? You can have corn flakes, marshmallows, and fruits seperate, or mixed, but they don't have to be a soup. Now you add milk, juice, water, etc. and voila, it is a breakfest soup.

At the end of the day this doesn't really matter. I'm not going to get up and have a breakfast soup, it's a bowl of cereal. Until today though, I had never really realized that soup and a bowl of ceral in milk are essentially the same thing with different ingredients.



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Ka-pi96 said:
MrWayne said:

3. No soupe needs to be boiled and i don't know anyone who is boiling there milk for cereals

I know people who boil their milk for cereals. I mean, you can't have Weetabix with cold milk, now can you?

Well I have never eaten Weetabix so I don't know but I eat my cereals either with cold milk or with warmed up/hot milk. Boiling milk is not necessary, whereas boiling is necessary to make the basic ingredient of every soupe, the broth.



freebs2 said:
Ka-pi96 said:

:O

How can you not put pineapple on pizza? That's like THE topping!

No, to be fair I haven't really tired it but it doesn't sound really inviting. I'll try it someday

(maybe)

I should inform you that an alternative definition of insanity is "not liking pineapple on pizza", or at least it will be if I ever write a dictionary

So... get trying some Hawaiian pizza or something!



Ka-pi96 said:
freebs2 said:

No, to be fair I haven't really tired it but it doesn't sound really inviting. I'll try it someday

(maybe)

I should inform you that an alternative definition of insanity is "not liking pineapple on pizza", or at least it will be if I ever write a dictionary

So... get trying some Hawaiian pizza or something!

Uhm...the closest thing I think of is apples and zola (blue cheese) and that's already borderline.

be aware I'll remeber you when the day comes.



Aeolus451 said:
Ka-pi96 said:

And the earth is flat to some people...

The know-it-alls used to classify them as a vegetable and they taste like a vegetable. *shrugs

Tomato is eaven a little suggary if you don't put salt.

KBG29 said:
DonFerrari said:

The fact that people eat vegetables, meat and others without being soup doesn't make them soup.

I am a little confused with that. So you can eat vegetables and meats alone, or mixed together, yet they wouldn't be a soup. They only become a soup when you add some sort of broth to them, then whatever mixture you combine is now a soup. Why wouldn't that be the same with cereal? You can have corn flakes, marshmallows, and fruits seperate, or mixed, but they don't have to be a soup. Now you add milk, juice, water, etc. and voila, it is a breakfest soup.

At the end of the day this doesn't really matter. I'm not going to get up and have a breakfast soup, it's a bowl of cereal. Until today though, I had never really realized that soup and a bowl of ceral in milk are essentially the same thing with different ingredients.

If you eat cereal with hot water, vegetables and meat made like a soup then sure call it a cereal soup, but that isn't what was in question as I understood.



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