How much Ham do they put in your hamburger?

@DanBen (346)
India
May 8, 2009 10:23am CST
Here we don't consume ham in such huge quantities. It's either chicken or lamb. So I really can't comment on it that much, but was hoping to find out how many of you guys are disappointed with the quantity of ham they put in your burger?? Please don't mention anything about the swine flu in here, cause this is just a general poll on how much Ham is used, not on how not to eat ham..
2 responses
• United States
8 May 09
Actually Hamburgers are generally made with ground beef, but I can see how there could be confusion.
• United States
8 May 09
Exactly! 'Hamburger' is simply a word that indicates ground beef. The word hamburger also came to be known as the patty made out of the ground beef. The word was shortened to 'burger' in reference to the food.
@DanBen (346)
• India
8 May 09
Thanks ,wasn't aware of that.
@rebelmel (1390)
• United States
8 May 09
There is no ham in hamburgers. It is beef. Or ground turkey, if you prefer. Also, you cannot get swine flu from consuming pork products. That's why they changed the name of the flu to H1-something or other.