If you hated the crust on your peanut butter sandwiches growing up, you're probably familiar with Smucker's Uncrustables. A peanut butter and jelly sandwich wrapped in crustless bread, it's the dream for crust haters.
A new argument has broken out on the internet in regards to the sandwiches, however: can they be considered ravioli?
Technically, ravioli is described as "pasta in the form of little cases of dough containing a savory filling." (Merriam Webster)
However, it's pretty difficult to see Uncrustables as anything other than ravioli! I mean, come on! Look at those little ridges!