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Doubtblush: Stuffed Hamburger Press

Okay, so yes, we love to shop, but don't think for a second that everything out there is worthy of our glorious rave reviews. Doubtblush is here to remind you that although we seem to gush over a lot, there are certain things out there that leave us scratching our heads and asking, "But why?"

There've been too many Dateline specials by this point for Americans to plead ignorance: we all know that too many hamburgers are bad for your health. Williams-Sonoma knows this, too, yet still asked their top innovators, "how can we make hamburgers worse for you?" After scratching their heads and graphing with chalk, these MIT grads proposed the Stuffed Hamburger Press ($17), a veritable heart-attack machine that allows you to stuff your greasy meat with greasy cheese, greasy bacon, or - hey, let's quit beating around the bush, here - spoonfuls of fat.

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Layla

Posted on 07.07.13 at 3:25 PM

I can agree with the the idea of this Doubtblush on an intellectual level, but my stomach definitely disagrees. Juicy Lucy burgers are TOPS!

Minipeds

Posted on 07.07.13 at 3:25 PM

Seems a little inconsistent to slam and vilify this product when 5 pages back you were glorifying bacon spread.

Emma

Posted on 07.07.13 at 6:48 PM

You can stuff a turkey burger and a veggie burger also. Or, you can stuff your red meat burger with veggies. Eating a cheeseburger every once in a while has never killed anyone. Trust me, I'm actually a doctor!

Monica

Posted on 07.07.13 at 7:54 PM

Agree completely with everyone else. i thought doubtblush was suppose to be about those off the wall ideas that just seem far fetched and ridiculous. This item is not unique and the reason behind the doubt doesnt make sense when you post about chocolate, sweets, and indulging every now and then...

BethNicole

Posted on 07.07.13 at 8:25 PM

I'm with @Emma the burgers being made can be healthy. This post reads more of an attack on the burger than it does on the actual product being sold. Perhaps the author of this post is just hangry?

Alecia

Posted on 07.08.13 at 3:59 AM

Like the others, I'm not understanding the vitriol here at all. It's a burger press. It's not that uncommon even. ZOMG spoonfuls of EVIL FAT!!!! ....or you know, spinach and feta if you wanted..... Everything in moderation people!!

The poster needs to stick to clothes and kitsch apparently because food gadgets are not their forte.

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