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        One day i had a craving for a Bologna Sanwich, so i grabbed 2 slices of bread, got out some lettuce, sliced some tomato, a slice of bologna, the dressing for my bread and assembled my bologna sandwich. I sliced it diagnal and placed it on a paper plate... mmm mmmm. I got this thought as i glanced at it, what does it really take to have a bologna sandwich...

        I started with.. the bread.. we need a baker to bake the bread, he needed the flour to make the bread, flour needs wheat.. so someone grew the wheat...the wheat had to be milled.. so someone ran the mill..


        Members im asking.. Whats does it take to have a bologna Sandwich..?
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        The farmer planted the tomato plant, watered it, the pickers picked it (Or do that have machines that do that now?) and then the workers boxed it and then shipped it to the store (Via) truck.
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        The truck needs a driver... and TIRES, someone made the tires for the truck!
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        Imagin.ation wrote:

        The truck needs a driver... and TIRES, someone made the tires for the truck!


        Quite correct, but do we want to get into how the driver was made??
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        Lmao... no.. but yes someone did make the driver, he can't drive the truck without tires.. so someone did make the rubber.. at the time, the drivers' makers didn't know about rubber.. lucky for us though!
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          Imagin, I dont know what Bologna is.  Never heard of it.

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          dinosaurs had to die to make crude oil to make the tires and to power to truck's engine.........hey have you ever added plain ripple potato chips in a bolonga sandwich. i thought a friend of mine was crazy but it actually tastes good.
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          minigeek wrote:

          dinosaurs had to die to make crude oil to make the tires and to power to truck's engine.........hey have you ever added plain ripple potato chips in a bolonga sandwich. i thought a friend of mine was crazy but it actually tastes good.
          OMG! I thought me and my whacky sister were the only ones who did that, potato chips are good on some sandwiches,extra crunchy,more texture.
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          The Mayo...oh boy. Well, it needs an egg, that came from a hen that laid it. Then, well, I dont know...what exactly is mayonaise made out of?
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          allyoop wrote:

          minigeek wrote:

          dinosaurs had to die to make crude oil to make the tires and to power to truck's engine.........hey have you ever added plain ripple potato chips in a bolonga sandwich. i thought a friend of mine was crazy but it actually tastes good.
          OMG! I thought me and my whacky sister were the only ones who did that, potato chips are good on some sandwiches,extra crunchy,more texture.



          Lays Potato chips, four slices of bread and mayo..CRUNCH!!! (I did this from 15-35)
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            tyesmommy wrote:

            The Mayo...oh boy. Well, it needs an egg, that came from a hen that laid it. Then, well, I dont know...what exactly is mayonaise made out of?


            Oil of some kind in there tyesmommy - like olive oil or vegetable oil or something. 


            "Well, it needs an egg, that came from a hen that laid it."

            And where did the hen come from......that awful question of "what came first - the chicken or the egg"

            Can somebody please tell me what Bologna is?

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            Its a kind of packaged luncheon meat blue. Im not even sure what kind of meat it is....a hodgepodge of pork/beef parts I think???
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            Imagin, I dont know what Bologna is.  Never heard of it.

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            Bologna In general, bologna is constitutionally much the same as hot dogs, although larger and sliced.

            Beef Bologna This is an all beef version, it is usually more of a red color than its mixed-meat counterpart.

            Kosher or Halal Bologna Typically made with only beef, but sometimes made from turkey or lamb.

            German Bologna Also known as Garlic Bologna, this sausage is typically distinguished by adding garlic to the recipe. Despite the name, bologna in Germany – where it is very common and known as Fleischwurst or, for better varieties, Lyoner ("Lyon sausage") – does not usually contain a noticeable amount of garlic.

            Lebanon Bologna Named for Lebanon County, this is the Pennsylvania Dutch variety of the sausage. Distinguished by its smokey taste and dark, coarse appearance, this is one of the more extreme flavors of bologna.

            Bologna is the "quintessential" American sandwich, most of us grew up with them for lunch,its just a coldcut that we slap on some bread, as for the sandwich, there was this Earl who liked playing cards and didnt want to stop... oh dear I'm getting carried away here, sorry




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            someone needed to pave the roads so the truck can drive along with it's rubber tires, paved roads need gravel... and how about the person who tailored the bakers uniform, he didn't bake bread naked or did he?  ???

            i love potato chips on my bologna sandwich esp bbq ones!

            Yes blue it is a luncheon meat, sliced, made usually with a mix of pork and beef, i don't eat pork so i always get beef bologna, anywhere theres pork i substitute in someway with beef or something else
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            blueday wrote:


            Can somebody please tell me what Bologna is?

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            blue, even those of us who have had, aren't sure what it is, and we probably don't want to know...kinda like hot dogs, never spend too much time reading the ingredients...any time you see the words "mechanically separated"...(insert animal here..."chicken pork, beef")  avert your gaze...  








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