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The bacon cheeseburger soup

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As we continue to search for the UK's best burger, we fear that a time may come when burger fatigue will set in.

So for that day (may it never come) we've stumbled on a solution.

It's all thanks to the horrifically ingenious Kevin Lynch at Closet Cooking who decided to take all the key ingredients from a bacon double cheeseburger and turn them into a soup.

The monstrous creation boasts a beef base, with ketchup, mustard and Worcester sauce, and matches it with your other burger ingredients, including lettuce, tomatoes, cheddar and bacon. It's then topped off with bun croutons. Oh and there's some potato in there for the fries.

If you're brave or unhinged enough to try it yourself then check out the full recipe here.

Think we might stick to regular burgers for the while. At least while we still have our teeth.

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