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15 hours ago, Captain Monday said:

Are you a chef? Cooking my whole life since grade school, never heard of blitzing.

Quick Google search, once again proof most on here use British English with no understanding their local colloquialisms in Stockton-on Tees are not globally understood.

 

A Burger is made from 100 percent ground beef. No bread crumbs. No god damned eggs.

Looks like you're well in the minority, so the parochial little late addition to your post makes you seem a tad foolish.  Even more so given you use the term "grade school" which won't make it into anyone's regular vocabulary much outside North America.

 

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/49404/juiciest-hamburgers-ever/

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