The hamburger is a staple of the red-blooded American diet.
And Zagat is celebrating all things burger with its Burger Week, a week devoted to America's favorite food.
The team at Zagat recently conducted a Burgers Survey, where they polled over 1,000 people across the U.S. to find out how Americans really feel about the burger.
The survey found that Americans eat an average of 4.3 burgers each month—that's a burger a week—and that they usually go to specialty burger restaurants to eat them. The survey also showed that people don't really care about organic or grass-fed meat, with 42 percent of respondents saying that having organic meat is "not important at all."
Although an unsurprising 75 percent said that they eat burgers for dinner, a shocking two percent said that they eat burgers for breakfast! Now who eats burgers for breakfast? Even fast food restaurants don't serve burgers in the morning, but you may be able to find burgers on breakfast menus at diners around the country.
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