'Hand salad' recipe sparks massive debate on social media

On Monday, food magazine Bon Appétit shared a recipe for something it's calling "hand salad." Like all revolutionary ideas, it has drummed up quite a bit of debate.

Hand salad is simple. Dip sturdy lettuce leaves in salad dressing, and enjoy.

"We call this a hand salad because lettuce and dip just doesn't sound like nearly as much fun," the recipe says.

Immediately, people started making fun of the concept. But hey! People probably laughed at the person who first thought it was a good idea to eat a bowl of leaves with a fork, too.

Some think hand salad is a sad attempt to jazz up the chore of healthy eating, but the more optimistic noticed it's just a more convenient way to consume ranch dressing.

See what people are saying on Twitter:

'Hand salad' recipe sparks massive debate on social media
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'Hand salad' recipe sparks massive debate on social media
@bonappetit Submitting my 'hand sandwich' recipe for review. Dinner guests will get a hoot over this fun summertime… https://t.co/jxASbNYTZ5
hand potato https://t.co/WueTjOkKU2
.@bonappetit https://t.co/bDFcZAdl78
@bonappetit https://t.co/nztFc4bUKH
@bonappetit Pair your hand salad with a "stick meat" for a great midday meal! https://t.co/lTeyiUhTOR
@bonappetit https://t.co/SNsuX3NVFP
.@bonappetit hand salad on bread. https://t.co/btISoXxle6
@bonappetit This is what I call "hand salad". #potatoesareavegetable https://t.co/GwQXpVrJlL
@bonappetit Can we get a recipe for 'hot ham water' too?

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