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Are Pop Tarts Actually Ravioli?

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LZPianoGirl says...



I would say no, because by definition filling has to be inside a noodle to be ravioli. And I really don't think poptarts filling inside of a noodle would be very good.
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JabberHut says...



Is there even any frosting on that?!

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Carlito says...



As a ravioli fan, I’m going to say no because ravioli is a pasta and pop tarts are a breakfast/dessert/snack thing and the base is more of a bread rather than a pasta.
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alliyah says...



Ooof it's a no from me too.

Also the only valid poptart option is the cinnamon/brown sugar one, the rest are YIKES ™ in my opinion.


Also for those who put yes, explain yourselves please. XD
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Magebird says...



I had a visceral reaction to both the question and the photo, but what really disturbs me is how you spell poptarts with a space.
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Vil says...



No.

Reason First:
Poptarts is one word, not two.

Reason Second:
If by "Dixie" you mean "Southern," then definitely no-- partially because Poptarts are more-or-less a common Southern "any time of the day food" whereas pasta (e.g. RAVIOLI) is more of a "heyyy, we have money left over fr'm when we sold all-uh that there home made deer jerky, let's go pretend to be th' rich folks and get som nice, fancy foodstuff!"

Reason THird:
...no, dude. Just no.
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ShadowVyper says...



Magebird wrote:I had a visceral reaction to both the question and the photo, but what really disturbs me is how you spell poptarts with a space.


@Magebird I'm gonna have to fite you here ;) pop-tarts or pop tarts is acceptable, but it is most assuredly not a single word lol
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alliyah says...



The package seems to spell it "pop•tarts" so I guess it's up to interpretation of whether a dot is closer to a grammatical hyphen, space, or firework. In hindsight I think the hyphen may be the best course of action.

But also consider:
Pop;tarts ? A semi-colon has a dot right in it!

Or to be inclusive of those who prefer to say soda rather than pop -> soda•tarts.




Also I'm much more comfortable with pop•tarts being labled donuts, pizza pockets, or squashed pies than ravioli!
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CaptainJack says...



This was an anonymous submission btw folks. I just chose one of the many controversial options from my inbox.

Also for the people who evidently don't know: My Squills culinary column is called Dixie Kitchen. I tag the beginning of all of my food polls with the title of my columns so that I can find them later on. Next week I'll be featuring some even crazier stuff if y'all are up in arms about this.
  





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Meshugenah says...



alliyah wrote:Ooof it's a no from me too.

Also the only valid poptart option is the cinnamon/brown sugar one, the rest are YIKES ™ in my opinion.


Also for those who put yes, explain yourselves please. XD


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Vulcanite says...



For me no,
reason: Pop Tarts and Ravioli are two separate things, I should no I like my pasta, also the picture that you have that has them possibly mixed together, is just them throwing it all in to the same thing, and selling the Pop Tarts and the Ravioli together. but it doesn't mean that it's the same thing.
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