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Open Source Burger

A burger with a GNU license
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Nowadays the big burger companies usually patent their burger recipes and the ingredients are usually secret, this idea is to create a burger recipe that any restaurant or person could make and modify their own burger recipe, this also could be done with others kinds of food as well, like fried chicken.
appdirect, Mar 19 2011

Burger Recipe. A site dedicated to making burgers http://www.burger-recipe.com/
[pocmloc, Mar 20 2011]

Venison & pear burgers http://www.rivercot...nison-pear-burgers/
Plenty more user-sumbitted burger recipes on this site. [pocmloc, Mar 20 2011]

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       In what way are the ingredients of a Big Mac secret? And if they are secret, what's the point in patenting them? And there are things such as cookbooks available.   

       I have never tried, but I would really like to think that, if push came to shove, I could work out how to assemble a decent burger myself.   

       What seems to matter is not the recipe, but the image and the advertising, and the huge supply-chain.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 19 2011
  

       so... a recipe?
Voice, Mar 20 2011
  

       *The Secret Ingredients are usually the things they don't want you to know you are eating- like sawdust!
xandram, Mar 21 2011
  

       The concept of a basic burger system that can be purchased and then have aftermarket add-ons from third parties installed is intriguing.
8th of 7, Mar 21 2011
  
      
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