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Reader: It's not cheesy to include cheese in Italian wedding soup

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Lori Midson just started serving her second round of her 100 Favorite Dishes yesterday, but readers are already dishing up plenty of their own favorites.

And then David stirred the pot by giving the Italian wedding soup at the Squeaky Bean, Midson's first pick, a fail for including cheese.

That inspired this response from geez people are dumb:

This David is clueless. I had this dish Saturday night at the Bean and it was FLAWLESS. It is a creative, original spin-off of a traditional Italian Wedding Soup. Somehow this hater David, who clearly has never been to the Bean nor has any comprehension of what their culinary program is about, has the nerve to pass judgement like an amateur. He must have gotten lost on his way to Yelp.

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