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Just put a big stack of the used bags in your car so you can't leave home to go shopping without them. If you forget to bring one into the store with you, run back to the car and grab one, as suggested by BrettFromLA.


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I had the same problem, a ton of reusable bags at home and none with me at the store when I needed. So I got one of those foldable bags that come inside a tiny pocket of sorts (whose purpose is just to keep it folded). The bag when folded reduces to about the size of a cigarette pack more or less, but unfolded is big enough for an impromptu shopping. And ...


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Instead of shopping bags, let me introduce you to my replacement solution: The Bin Unlike with shopping bags, you can carry all of your groceries in one trip! I just throw everything into the bin and then carry it inside the house. This also saves time in the parking lot, because you can just carry the bin instead of wheeling a cart out and putting it away ...


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Squish the burger - I actually enjoy the texture of a denser sandwich more. Eat some of the ingredients inevitably coming out of the sides - In your picture, it seems like that burger has chips in it. I like to take some of those out and eat them individually; this also helps if I end up not liking them, I take them out before enjoying the rest of the burger....


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How to eat a big burger? When in Cache Creek,BC I always stop in at Hungry Herbies and eat their enormous Monster Burgers. No matter which way you decide to eat your burger, you will end up losing something of the word etiquette. Nevertheless, this is what I find helpful when eating burgers that only the Flintstones can truly enjoy. Before cutting the ...


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How I eat a large burger depends on who I'm with and where I am. It depends. If I'm alone and not sitting in the restaurant (for take away/to go), I have my way with it taking bites at my own pace fitting my mood. Then, I mop up with extra serviettes/dinner napkins. If I'm with friends or relatives for an informal munch (for take away/to go), ditto. If I'm ...


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I usually eat my burgers using fork and knife. Sure thing, it's way easier to cut when a sort of wooden 'stick' (skewer?) is holding the burger together (some good places serve it this way). But even if no 'stick' is provided, it's very possible to do a decent job at using fork and knife. Firstly, you don't necesserily need to go with the fork all the way ...


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Squishing the burger will generally get you a long way. The bun is mostly air, and there is a lot of space between the different ingredients. With the flat of your hand, press on the top of the burger. Then pick it up with both hands, maintaining pressure to keep it squished. If this isn't enough, you can try (in this same configuration) taking a bite ...


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Answer #3 is the most common Swedish way. Using a sharp knife and pushing the fork all the way down usually ensures a clean cut.


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