Let's say you ran out of buns and decided to eat the hamburger on it's own. Do you still call it a hamburger or would you call it something else?
Is it still called a hamburger without a bun?
For me personally, the meat is referred to as a beef burger, or simply just a burger. That being said, they're also the terms I tend to use for a 'hamburger' anyway. Then again, that's just me. Maybe it's a UK thing, but I can't say for sure, and I wouldn't want to speak on behalf of a whole nation if that's just some weird idiosyncrasy I've picked up.
"Hamburger steak dog. What if you're crazy and get a hamburger with lettuce instead of a bun? Still a hamburger? Surely it isn't a sandwich anymore? "I buy this at In-N-Out, they call it 'protein style' burgers. Lettuce wrapped around the bun n' toppings. Still a burger to me (I pay a burger's price for it).
And we should trust em', cause they're professionals.
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