Cutter wrote on Jul 20, 2019, 14:25:
If it's not actual guac than they're obliged to call it something else or it's fraud. That's like you coming to my bar and I suggest a Gin & Tonic and hand you a Screwdriver, 'There ya go, pal, one G&T.' It's not like what they're making sounds bad so I don't understand the desire to deceive people.
Yeah, I don't like the deception either. I'm sure the reasons are monetary. They should call it "squash guac" or whatever. Tuscan bean hummus is still delicious without chickpeas. Ditto for vodka tonics.
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