The full English breakfast is one of the nation’s favourite dishes.
So when people start tinkering with the recipe, it can spark backlash from foodies.
This was definitely the case when a woman called Stacey E shared a picture of her unusual breakfast on the popular Rate My Plate Facebook page.
She piled her plate with buttered toast, three sausages, bacon rashers, an egg, two plum tomatoes, beans and a splodge of tomato ketchup.
But it was her inclusion of gravy that caused uproar on Facebook, where it garnered more than 7,100 comments.
According to the Mirror, one responder said: "Gravy? Gravy on a breakfast? That looks absolutely vile and it's wrong on every single level. 0/10."
Another remarked: "Who in their right mind puts gravy on a breakfast?
"Lockdown has certainly taken its toll on you, Stacie, seek help, dear."
A third asked: “Why have you mixed breakfast and dinner together.”
Another wrote: “Gravy? I like gravy as much as the next person, especially on chips. But this is just wrong on many levels."
And a fifth added: “Oh lord, I thought it was bad enough putting melted margerine on the warm bread but gravy?? It's like staring into the abyss of tastebud betrayal.”
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While the majority of commenters were horrified by the twist on a full English breakfast, others saw nothing wrong with it.
A Facebook user insisted: "Gravy is excellent on a breakfast.
"Only found this out a couple of months ago. The woman in the cafe wasn’t overly impressed though."
And another person asked: "Am I the only one who thinks that looks bangin?"
So would you eat the gravy-covered brekkie? Let us know in the comments below.
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