When it comes to food, there are certain preferences and opinions that constantly divide the internet. Foodies often debate certain issues related to food and cooking. Should we eat in stainless steel plates or should we prefer ceramic ones? Is it better to have pizza with ketchup or without? All these questions are often discussed by foodies resulting in divided opinions on the internet. And one such recent question has left us pretty confused too. A Twitter page called 'We Rate Dogs' shared a photograph of a dog named Olaf. The dog was giving judgemental looks to people who put milk first into their cereal bowl. Take a look:
"This is Olaf. He just saw you pour milk into the bowl before the cereal. Thinks a little bit differently of you now," read the post. The tweet went viral and garnered over 75k likes and 5k retweets too. While the adorable dog won fans too, a debate started on what should be put in the breakfast bowl first - milk or cereal.
Thousands of Twitter users poured in their reactions to the post. While some spoke in favour of adding milk first to the bowl, others preferred adding cereal first. A number of users also said that adding cereal later kept it crunchy and delicious.
Take a look at the reactions to the post:
Milk first !!!— Susan Mc (@McSusan8) June 8, 2022
My Grandfather, a very detail-oriented man, used to fill his bowl with a precise amount of milk first, because he knew it was the right amount to support two bowlfuls of cereal for his breakfast. He didn't want to add more milk for the second bowl he knew he was going to eat.
????— Willem DaFOMO ???????? ϕ 3x Vaxxed (@BudLatanville) June 8, 2022
How would you get the honey to spread evenly if you did milk first— Christopher (@chrisshep51283) June 8, 2022
the ONLY acceptable time for milk first is when you only have a tiny bit of milk left. nothing worse than a nice big bowl of cereal, then only having enough milk to wet 1/4 of it ????— Dina Zikopoulos (@DZikopoulos) June 8, 2022
Bowl, cereal, milk.— Kenneth Potts (@Kenneth96606053) June 8, 2022
This is not the only debate that social media has witnessed in the recent past. Previously, a Reddit thread was also discussing whether restaurant chefs should be asked for their recipes or not. Some spoke in favour of it, while others said it should be avoided.
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