The "BLT", also known as the "Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato" is a sandwich which includes the ingredients Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato. The Bacon of the BLT sandwich can consist of either a turkey or pork based meat thinly sliced into rectangular pieces which when cooked in oil, provide a crunchy satisfying meat. The lettuce of the BLT can use a variety of types, one which is most used would be the "IceBurg" lettuce, providing another savory crunch to the sandwich itself. Now for the tomato portion, one may like to indulge himself in the Roma tomatoes, or if he/she prefers a more sweet substitute, can instead use the more popular Cherry Tomatoes.
Reasoning for liking the BLT -
The BLT combines all the of best components of a sandwich and also dulls the sandwich itself into simple ingredients which are difficult to mess up. When looking forwards to a BLT, the main focus of the sandwich itself would be the Bacon. The bacon creates the slate for how I want the sandwich to be, it all depends whether I want my bacon to be crispy, juicy, pork, turkey, etc. The Lettuce and Tomato portion of the sandwich is very difficult to mess up as you can gather them at the nearest grocery store without much hesitation on which one will be the best for the sandwich.
The BLT is a simple 3 Ingredient Sandwich which is difficult to mess up
It provides necessary nutrients for the average human being
The choice of bread and bacon can be interchanged easily
The BLT is now known for its simplicity and many others could shame you for your simple choice
The Tomatoes of the BLT can easily over sog the sandwich if too wet
It does not taste as good when made by another person besides yourself
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Variations of the BLT -
BLAT - Avocado, lime juice, sprouts (optional)
BLAST - Avocado, shrimp
BLTT - Smoked turkey, crumbled blue cheese (specialty of Tennessee)
BLOFT - Caramelized onions, feta
Salmon BLT - Seared salmon, topped with pesto mayonnaise
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