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Fun fact, what is considered by many to be pizza, didn't actually originate in Italy. The concept of pizza has been a dish made for over a millenia in what was then Macedonia. Turkish, Cyprian and Greek versions do not always have cheese. If you have a Turkish place near you, try Lamaçun. It's like a thin base pizza with beef mince which has been mixed with peppers, spices and herbs and then spread over the bread base. It's beautiful.



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Cheese is a key ingredient of pizza, therefore no it is not a topping. Otherwise it would just be flatbread.

A hotdog is not a sandwich, since the sausage is the key feature here, not the bread perse.

Cereal is not a soup. Cereal is cereal without and with the liquid part.



Fei-Hung said:
Fun fact, what is considered by many to be pizza, didn't actually originate in Italy. The concept of pizza has been a dish made for over a millenia in what was then Macedonia. Turkish, Cyprian and Greek versions do not always have cheese. If you have a Turkish place near you, try Lamaçun. It's like a thin base pizza with beef mince which has been mixed with peppers, spices and herbs and then spread over the bread base. It's beautiful.

Lahmacun or Turkish Pizza is a thing of the Gods. You can wrap it with fresh salad, garlic sauce and hot sauce. It is even better with just the pizza and lemon juice sprinkled on it. There is also this drink called Ayran, which is some sort of salty yoghurt drink that just works well with meat and hot spicy foods.



KBG29 said:
DonFerrari said:

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

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.

I see. I usually have grape-nuts with strawberries or blueberries, or rasin brand, or Lucky Charms, in milk which quite soup like. 

The direct questions would be yes, no, no for me. Cheese is a topping. A Hotdog by itself is not a sandwich. Cereal by itself is not soup. 

 

Looking at the definition of soup, it is quite wide, but typically from fish, meat, or vegetables. I guess Cereal in Milk could be a close reletive to soup. Perhapps the Government should do a scientific study, so we can know for sure. =)

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d21lewis said:
I lost the argument but in my heart, I know I'm right.

Well... debates on the internet are useless anyways.

 

I posted my answers here with sources to the dictionary and people are still making up their own definitions. :P



Nem said:
d21lewis said:
I lost the argument but in my heart, I know I'm right.

Well... debates on the internet are useless anyways.

 

I posted my answers here with sources to the dictionary and people are still making up their own definitions. :P

Aside from the fact that there are multiple dictionaries, you yourself gave an answer that disagreed with the definitions you gave

A hotdog is not "two pieces of bread with cheese, salad, or meat, usually cold, between them :" which is what your dictionary definition said, yet you still said the opposite. Your soup definition is overly simplistic as well since it doesn't distinguish the differences between say soup and stew which aren't the same.



Ka-pi96 said:
Nem said:

Well... debates on the internet are useless anyways.

 

I posted my answers here with sources to the dictionary and people are still making up their own definitions. :P

Aside from the fact that there are multiple dictionaries, you yourself gave an answer that disagreed with the definitions you gave

A hotdog is not "two pieces of bread with cheese, salad, or meat, usually cold, between them :" which is what your dictionary definition said, yet you still said the opposite. Your soup definition is overly simplistic as well since it doesn't distinguish the differences between say soup and stew which aren't the same.

Huh? Yes, it is. A bun is bread, you know that? 

Also it's not MY definition. It's Cambridge's dictionary's. A renowned university.  All other definitions i saw here were pulled out of their rear end. Aka opinions. They got not value in comparison.



Nem said:
Ka-pi96 said:

Aside from the fact that there are multiple dictionaries, you yourself gave an answer that disagreed with the definitions you gave

A hotdog is not "two pieces of bread with cheese, salad, or meat, usually cold, between them :" which is what your dictionary definition said, yet you still said the opposite. Your soup definition is overly simplistic as well since it doesn't distinguish the differences between say soup and stew which aren't the same.

Huh? Yes, it is. A bun is bread, you know that? 

Also it's not MY definition. It's Cambridge's dictionary's. A renowned university.  All other definitions i saw here were pulled out of their rear end. Aka opinions. They got not value in comparison.

A bun is bread, yes. But the definition clearly says "two pieces of bread". A bun is only one piece



Ka-pi96 said:
Nem said:

Huh? Yes, it is. A bun is bread, you know that? 

Also it's not MY definition. It's Cambridge's dictionary's. A renowned university.  All other definitions i saw here were pulled out of their rear end. Aka opinions. They got not value in comparison.

A bun is bread, yes. But the definition clearly says "two pieces of bread". A bun is only one piece

What about the big mac? It has three pieces of bread which doesn't fit the definition! 



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