For starters if you need a primer on fake burgers read the following Epicurious article:
And for the GMO angle read the article below:
While at the grocery store I saw these in the refrigerated section next to the beef.
Photo: courtesy of VegNews.
Earlier this year a veggie magazine got pretty pumped about this meat free burger (see link below).
But with nary a word on the downsides.
Of course I picked up the package despite the pricey price tag of $6.99 for two patties. The list of ingredients was too long to read. My mind immediately said “highly processed” and I skipped the list. Instead my eyes saw the deeply discounted price of $0.99. Ninety nine cents. Less than a buck. I didn’t buy any. No one else in the store seemed to be buying any either.
An earlier post of mine focused on meat alternatives in fast foods. My conclusion was and is fast food is fast food whether prepared with meat or with a meat alternative.
For the moment this is still a free country (I live in the US). I am not going to tell anyone what to buy or what to eat. I’ve eaten both of the leading brands of bleeding plant based meatless burgers. Both tasted fine but after digging in a little deeper I won’t be buying or eating any more of these plant based bleeders from any major corporation.
It’s better to make your own veggie burgers.
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