Originally Posted by bigabyte
I don't know that it should be called a "gyro", but I'm sure it is still good.
Gyro meat is traditionally made from ground meat with added spices, then that meat is formed onto a stick that is spun like a rotisserie style to roast it. I wouldn't take too much offense if it was simply formed into loaves and roasted that way because the flavor would still be pretty much identical.
I am saying in this thread just the opposite. Gyro meat is not traditionally made from ground meat.
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