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The seven layer breakfast sandwich

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It's often said that breakfast is your most important meal of the day and you're wiser to stock up on food earlier as you'll be less likely to snack in the afternoon. And while we're certainly big supporters of a hefty start to the day, we have our limits.

Unlike Nick at Dude Foods who is known for his, ahem, experimental approach to food. The creator of the Bacon Weave Pizza and the Lasagna Burger has turned his hand to breakfast and made the absurdly ambitious "Seven Layer Breakfast Sandwich".

Apparently, he decided to use whatever he had in his fridge to make a sandwich and he found bacon, turkey bacon, ham, turkey, breakfast sausage, turkey breakfast sausage and Canadian bacon. After getting over the fact that he has the best fridge ever, he added some egg, tomato and spinach and then ate the damn thing.

We're currently hounding him with desperate requests to be his roommate.

[via Dude Foods]

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