Over the years there have been some pretty solid debates but this one may in fact be one of the hottest that I have seen.
Are Uncrustables actually ravioli?
At first I was like, "of course they're not! They're a sandwich!" But then I really got to thinking...a ravioli is a dough pocket with a filling. An uncrustable is also a dough pocket with a filling. Perhaps this question has some merit.
So I dug a little further.
According to Wikipedia a ravioli is actually a dumpling.
Here's the actual definition of ravioli from Wikipedia:
Ravioli are a type of dumpling composed of a filling sealed between two layers of thin pasta dough. Usually served either in broth or with a pasta sauce, they originated as a traditional food in Italian cuisine.
Raviolis have been lying. They are actually dumplings. And if they're dumplings...so are uncrustables...right?
Am I going crazy?