Gordon Ramsey Fans Reveal The Foods They Wish He Could Make Illegal

Gordon Ramsey Fans Reveal The Foods They Wish He Could Make Illegal

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If Gordon Ramsey wins the 2020 presidential elections, pineapple on pizza will surely be deemed illegal. If you have ever watched him on TV, Ramsey has a thing for Lamb Sauce, and it better be on time and in abundance! These are just a few examples of food items and circumstances surrounding food that would just not fly if Gordon Ramsey was POTUS, in fact they would be illegal! This got people wondering what other food legislation he would have in store for us if he had his way.

Reddit user Snow776 asks,

Gordon Ramsey win the 2020 US presidential election, Pineapple on pizza is now illegal. What other food legislation is introduced?

This should be interesting!

Who likes garnishes anyway?

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Inedible garnish is now considered a crime akin to assault.

Arguably the single most important skill in cooking

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Egg cooking would be taught from kindergarten till middle school and intermittently tested on until you graduate.

You should not feel lost trying to order your dinner.

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Any menu over 4 pages will be declared illegal.

It's important to stay authentic

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It becomes illegal to call it shepherds pie if it's made with beef instead of lamb.

It must be done correctly!

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Any type of meat that is frozen and then quickly warmed up is punishable by death.

No more corners will be cut

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Microwaves are now illegal in restaurants.

An abundance of sauce, particularly of the lamb kind

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Lamb sauce fountains on every street corner

No matter what the new law is, we have got to keep it fair

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Any restaurant serving heavily fried food while be invaded for their oil reserves.

How much char do you want on the steak?

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Well-done steak is now a federal offence.

Public humiliation for chefs who don't know their basics

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Every single restaurant must serve beef wellington and Risotto, if either is undercooked the chef has to personally bend over your table and take a spanking.

That one time when you took the chicken out of the oven early and it sent you to jail

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Serving raw chicken is an automatic establishment closure and 5y in jail

things might get a little more serious with the outdated grade sign on the window.

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Restaurant health standards will sky rocket, and grade F will stand for Federal offence. There will be an official way to cook a steak. There is now a black market for ketchup.

Wait, that's legal? *gasp*

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My dad is thrown in jail for his crimes against food

Eating a hot dog bun with only barbecue sauce on it. Putting jalapeños in his brown beans. Putting warm milk on his cereal (and then letting it soak and get all soggy). Eating uncooked noodles, or over cooking them on purpose. Dips bananas in hot sauce

The man is practically a felon

Closed-mindedness never got anyone anywhere, but they do have a point

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Deconstructed food and hipsters aren't allowed on the restaurant premises.

Violence is never the answer, but again it's a good point

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If it's not served on a plate, the chef gets beaten in the face with what ever ridiculous thing they served it on instead.

Food fixes everything, right?

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All worlds disputes will be solved by cooking competitions

With all this legislative power, we could make so much free to everyone

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Sonic Cherry Limeades are now FREE

We should also reconsider how we see our food

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Tacos are considered sandwiches.

Less processed foods would be a truly great adaptation for all of us

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If the President somehow did Congress's job without their interference or involvement? Well, first off, Ramsey'd probably be using the Food and Drug Act to create a standard for pizza that excludes pineapple as a topping. Digging into that, he'd figure out how totally f* that decrepit law is, and he'd probably re-focus on sorting it out a bit, especially advertising around food and the definitions themselves. I would imagine he would push the food clauses far away from processed foods. He's a problem-solver by nature and I just don't think he could dig into that legislation without wanting to improve it as a whole.

These are probably the top two things Gordon Ramsey would deem felonies

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I would join the pineapple pizza resistance.

Runny scrambled eggs are now a felony.

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