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Poll From: 12/12/2013

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Where do you get the best burgers? Submitted By CarJ53, NB
From a fast food restaurant.
From a nicer restaurant.
Homemade are the best.
From the grocery store.
Other.
I don't eat burgers.
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SM1969
on 12/27/13
I like to eat out but I like a homemade burger better than from a restraunt
GeniusTrophyWife
on 12/21/13
I haven't gone to any restaurant that can grill better & make more delicious burgers & steaks than my father-in-law and brother-in-law. I'd take their homemade deliciousness over any restaurant on any given day.
flacon23
on 12/19/13
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iLuvTobi
on 12/17/13
bliezard2 liked this  
In-n-out FTW
lovepw
on 12/12/13
jordansnyder and 2 others liked this  
VEGETARIAN
EdwardTsema
on 12/12/13
Westerner and 1 others liked this  
You are sooo missing out
Makar69
on 12/12/13
iLuvTobi and 3 others liked this  
Missing out on obesity, high cholesterol, increased risk of cancer, environmental destruction/pollution, and animal cruelty? It's funny how when a person kills another person, they go to prison, but if a person kills an animal then everything is okay. We're all sentient beings here.
ligerpants
on 12/12/13
bliezard2 liked this  
So if we're all sentient animals, and meat is murder, we should throw all carnivorous animals in prison?
PseudoRandom
on 12/12/13
MissBrookeBamBam liked this  
Non-human animals killing each other is a necessary evil. We obviously can't stop them without destroying the world's ecosystems and causing even more suffering. That doesn't have any bearing on the most ethical diet for humans (or captive animals).
t8t3
on 12/12/13
lol, animals kill animals should we lock them up in prison
Makar69
on 12/12/13
MissBrookeBamBam liked this  
Humans are not obligate carnivores, and we are biologically closer to herbivores than omnivores or carnivores. I was also making the point that humans are ridiculous in their morality. Either killing everything is okay, or killing nothing is okay. You can't have both or else problems such as factory farming and animal cruelty happen.
ttsmom143
on 12/14/13
http://www.powered-by-produce.com/2010/06/09/carnivore-omnivore-or-herbivore/ just for reference
ttsmom143
on 12/14/13
CaitlinRhea liked this  
Actually the human mouth is designed for the eating of both meat and vegetables. We are naturally true omnivores. We have alkaline saliva (like herbivores) with digestive enzymes (like carnivores). Our teeth are most similar to teeth of carnivores. We are organically designed to be both meat and plant eaters. Not only are our mouths designed this way but our whole digestive tract is designed this way! You are free to eat whatever you like but try forcing your beliefs on non vegetarians and making assertions that the way we eat is not natural. It is the most natural and we are designed that way!
PseudoRandom
on 12/12/13
ttsmom143 liked this  
Animals have as much right to have their needs met as people do. However, animals don't have as complex needs. A chicken may want a happy life free of pain and stress but I doubt its mind is capable of contemplating mortality or fearing nonexistence. At most, it might have a vague capacity to value future happiness. If that's the case than I wouldn't say it's "okay" to deprive it of that future but humanely killing the chicken would still not be comparable to murdering a human.
ligerpants
on 12/12/13
swaguser14113522 and 1 others liked this  
Tell the carnivorous apes. Besides, animal farming doesn't have to be cruel. We have capitalism to thank for that.
joyfulsong
on 12/12/13
bliezard2 and 1 others liked this  
The Lord says it's okay to eat meat, so I do... but if you do not, its your choice...
Makar69
on 12/12/13
jordansnyder liked this  
Then please point it out to me, because I'm fairly certain, if you are Christian, the Bible does not say anything about it being okay. I'm genuinely curious here. I get this response so often from people but no one will ever back up that statement with evidence.
ttsmom143
on 12/14/13
bliezard2 liked this  
Genesis 9:3
Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. And as I gave you the green plants, I give you everything.
Leviticus 11:1-47
And the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying to them, “Speak to the people of Israel, saying, These are the living things that you may eat among all the animals that are on the earth. Whatever parts the hoof and is cloven-footed and chews the cud, among the animals, you may eat. Nevertheless, among those that chew the cud or part the hoof, you shall not eat these: The camel, because it chews the cud but does not part the hoof, is unclean to you. And the rock badger, because it chews the cud but does not part the hoof, is unclean to you.
Deuteronomy 12:20
“When the Lord your God enlarges your territory, as he has promised you, and you say, ‘I will eat meat,’ because you crave meat, you may eat meat whenever you desire.


Just a few verses
justmeocala
on 12/12/13
TheMadam and 6 others liked this  
God instructed Adam and Eve to eat animals after God Himself killed the first one so humans could wear their skins. He told Noah to gather animals specifically for his family to eat while on the ark (they could have stockpiled veggies but God wanted them to eat animals on the voyage.) God told Moses to regularly sacrifice animals on a huge scale, and that part of the sacrifice was the priests eating the meat after the fat had boiled off. At passover, very specific rules were given about eating the lamb, specifically that the entire lamb had to be consumed by the family in one meal. Skip ahead to Jesus' ministry, where He regularly ate and served fish to others. Later, God rebuked Peter for NOT eating animals. I could look up the references, but I doubt you're interested. But thanks for asking.
Werebear
on 12/14/13
Ted's Montana Grill bison kitchen sink burger. So good
Vham32169
on 12/14/13
Wtf. I do the reviews and never get credits- swag bucks. Who do you call or contact- no one, great. Thanks for my time.
Revelationgirl
on 12/14/13
Fathead's in Pittsburgh, best burgers anywhere.
StiffWorm
on 12/13/13
Love bar burgers
Sahlly
on 12/13/13
ttsmom143 liked this  
Homemade are the BEST
tbmjk
on 12/13/13
Culvers xD
beaux1
on 12/13/13
homemade is the best.
Salty123456
on 12/13/13
cool
onecynt3085
on 12/13/13
Aura01 liked this  
Great
ninermine
on 12/13/13
AWXF GS
ironmanlotus
on 12/13/13
awesome!!!
stoney78
on 12/13/13
Homeade are the best.
meganyadusky
on 12/13/13
Homemade are easily the best!
Sarahox2
on 12/13/13
?Best Bacon Burgers are at Happy Clam in Swansea by the water and great cape codders as well.
Route66Kicks
on 12/13/13
sissy4259 liked this  
Wished there was a Food Truck category - The Lobos Truck of Los Angeles serves up their Kobe Beef burger, with homemade aioli sauce - Best Burger Ever!!!
usafsam
on 12/13/13
Haleiwa Joe's on the North Shore of Oahu
Lilhoppers
on 12/13/13
bliezard2 and 1 others liked this  
In and Out Burgers....by far the best burgers. Hubby thought he'd found the best burgers ever at Five Guys until I took him to California and introduced him to In and Out. Now he has to get his fix every time we visit.
Mith9
on 12/13/13
Mc donalds
FUDGE10
on 12/13/13
Cold beer and Cheeseburgers o Tumbleweeds.
Kellygha
on 12/13/13
burger king!
tammyid
on 12/13/13
Can't beat homemade or Cook Out, they're the BEST burgers! Then followed by Hardees thickburgers and Five Guys. Cook Out has all other fast food restaurants beat, which are so cheap and tasteless. Cookout food is higher quality, like what you would expect from an old fashioned mom and pops 50s drive in or diner. Their burgers are grilled outdoors style, taste like ones you would grill yourself. They're also cheaper. You can get Cook Out Tray combos for under 5 dollars, 4.69, which include choice of entree item, 2 sides, and a drink. For an extra dollar, you can sub. a shake for a drink. They have the best shakes, 40 flavors. I usually get a burger or chicken sandwich tray with fries, chicken wrap, and huge 32 oz. tea. It's a lot of food for the money.
tammyid
on 12/13/13
I live just outside of Radford VA. Cook Out just came here the end of 2011, to a couple local college towns. The first few months, they were extremely busy and they hurt all the other fast food places in Radford. There's a handful of other fast food places in a row. Burger King closed August 2012 and KFC closed Oct. 2012.. I'm in my late 30s and they'd been there as long as I can remember, Long John Silvers just closed due to a fire. McDonalds business has bounced back. Hardess is down the rd and is slow after breakfast. Down the rd, across the st. is Bojangles inside a gas station, it is slow too. Wendys is right next door to Cookout but still is slower than it used to be. I hope it does well enough to stay. Cook Out is so much better, it's hard to beat them. I didn't realize how cheap and bland other fast food is, until Cook Out came here.
Kellygha
on 12/12/13
this is a good survey!
bubblegum96
on 12/12/13
homemade
Alejjandro
on 12/12/13
I've found that some nice restaurants have good burgers but overall, most individually owned fast food joints (or smaller chains) have some of the best burgers. Mixing the perfect ration of beef patty grease, mustard and melted cheese into a tasty hamburger is an art all to itself. Still, nothing's better than a backyard, over the grill burger.
ETree
on 12/12/13
ttsmom143 liked this  
Burgers made from fresh ground beef is the best. You can't expect a frozen burger to have as much flavor as a fresh one!
TBucket77
on 12/12/13
Slater 50/50 or Tommy's
BekaShakur
on 12/12/13
On the grill
JinKa7
on 12/12/13
TheMadam liked this  
Smashburger is the BEST, followed by Red Robin. I wont even EAT burgers from Burger King or McDonalds.
madbobb
on 12/12/13
I very rarely eat Beef...usually turkey burgers stuffed with mushrooms swiss cheese and Burger spice
strangelove441
on 12/12/13
I love Ruby Tuesday's burgers.
SnapdragonT
on 12/12/13
strangelove441 and 1 others liked this  
Red Robin, Yumm
Westerner
on 12/12/13
Haven't tried those but want to!
PaintsALot
on 12/12/13
Homemade, no bun, with cheese, hummus, and avocado on top.
Westerner
on 12/12/13
We rarely have burgers but I love them!! Therefore I don't really care where we get them, as long as we do get them ;-) I am partial to In-N-Out, though :-D
Maanha
on 12/12/13
Home made are the best
mgtheman
on 12/12/13
TheMadam and 1 others liked this  
Who the hell thinks fast food burgers are the best? They clearly have no taste buds.
dmridley51
on 12/12/13
Sarahox2 liked this  
Wendy's
shelbes
on 12/12/13
Westerner liked this  
In n out is the best. hands down!
detectiveprince
on 12/12/13
I am a vegetarian, but I love Red Robin's Burnin' Love burger with a veggie patty. I love spicy "burgers".
shellygrl88
on 12/12/13
Westerner and 2 others liked this  
IN and OUT Burger is the best!
leonardo10
on 12/12/13
True dat ;)
americanagal
on 12/12/13
I agree!
Manny217
on 12/12/13
best place for sure Burger King
DRSC
on 12/12/13
ttsmom143 and 1 others liked this  
Homemade are the best. Especially during the summer when you can cook them on a grill.
TenshiKurai9
on 12/12/13
Homemade are the best, but I don't get them homemade because I normally have burgers when I'm out with friends.
swaguser55190510
on 12/12/13
Fast food
Usagiangel
on 12/12/13
gatorback95 liked this  
Tom Thumb makes the most amazing gourmet burgers. Gosh, I wish I could afford them!!
L1ve4Now
on 12/12/13
Nobody want GMOs anymore homegrown, homemade :)

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