View Poll Results: Can a cheese top bap, not sliced and with no filling be classified as a cheese roll?

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  • Word! Dynamic G has it dead straight. It is a Cheese roll.

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    0 Not allowed!
    Originally posted by blagdon
    Yo, I am the dynamic to the G and I still maintain that there is no difference between a cheese topped bap and a cheese roll as the ingredients are the same, it's just the way that they are arranged is different.

    If you took a twix bar and moved the caramel from on top of the biscuit to being in the middle of the biscuit would it not still be a twix bar? I think so. Point proved. Case won.

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    So why are Cheese topped baps sold as Cheese topped baps and not cheese rolls?

    There must be an EU directive that clears this messy situation up.

    Frankly i find you twix argument plain ridiculous, it completely changes the essence of the twix and makes it into a whole new bar, you've seen the adverts when the twix is snapped in two and all the biscuit kind of explodes, this simply would not happen if the caramel was in the midle instead.
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      I don't believe it!

      This thread has been going for a whole TWENTY MINUTES!

      And no-one has mentioned the REALLY IMPORTANT issue.

      What variety of cheese are we talking about, Bozza?
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      Originally posted by Yorkie
      The votes suggest otherwise.

      A roll with some cheese sprinkled on top. ;)

      So are you saying that cheese sprinkled inside the roll does not constitute a cheese roll then?
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      Originally posted by Lord Bracknell
      I don't believe it!

      This thread has been going for a whole TWENTY MINUTES!

      And no-one has mentioned the REALLY IMPORTANT issue.

      What variety of cheese are we talking about, Bozza?
      According to the Sainsbury packet - the cheese in question is 'Mature Cheddar'.
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      Originally posted by blagdon
      So are you saying that cheese sprinkled inside the roll does not constitute a cheese roll then?
      Yes because in a PROPER cheese roll the cheese is SLICED



      Preferably with tomato as well
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      If the ingredients of said snack item are cheese and a roll then surely it's a cheese roll. It doesn't matter whether the cheese is inside, ontop, or underneath, it's still a cheese roll.
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      Originally posted by Yorkie
      Yes because in a PROPER cheese roll the cheese is SLICED



      Preferably with tomato as well
      Surely a cheese and tomato roll?
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      Originally posted by Boardy
      This is frankly embarrassing for the Dynamic G, and I expect he will now try to come up with a ridiculous theory to back up his case!
      Dynamic G now thats embarrassing !
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      Originally posted by Yorkie
      Preferably with tomato as well
      No way, tomato makes the bread/roll go all soggy.
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      Hell no, and with a stupid name like that definately Hell NO !

      You know, this is what NSC is all about, dealing with the burning issues of the day. Sod football !
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