#1
I'm almost 21 years old and strangely for the first time in my life found myself trying different thickness of meats and cheeses at the deli only to find out that the same piece of meat or cheese tastes completely different if it's sliced really thin or really thick...

Can someone explain this sorcery to me?
#2
It's the same with anything. I dunno why.

Get a degree in philosophy, and then all your questions will be answered.
#5
it comes down to how the flavor is concentrated. Meat is never cooked evenly too, the outside will always be done more than the inside, more so the thicker it gets. It probably also has to do with temperature changes in your mouth too at least with the cheese
#7
I prefer thin slices of cheese in sandwiches. But I've noticed that thicker slices have a fuller flavor.
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#8
Go thinner, so you can do tons of layers, like this:
Cheese
Meat A
Meat B
Cheese
Lettuce
Meat B
Cheese
Meat A

EDIT: Also, put the flavors you like the most at the bottom, so they make the most contact with your tongue.
Last edited by reidhasguitar at Oct 8, 2011,
#9
Quote by reidhasguitar
Go thinner, so you can do tons of layers, like this:
Cheese
Meat A
Meat B
Cheese
Lettuce
Meat B
Cheese
Meat A

EDIT: Also, put the flavors you like the most at the bottom, so they make the most contact with your tongue.


That... is genius!