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Burger King will sell its Impossible Whopper later this year. The patty's made of soy and has beef-like texture. The comments reviewers made so far sound like "I can tell it's not real meat" or "If you didn't tell me, I would've thought it was the real thing." I'm curious!
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Guest Incredible Iron
If Burger King is willing to offer such kind of burgers, then I guess the taste closely resembles the real meat. However, if I wanted a burger, then I will want to eat the real one and not the fake one.
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Guest Incredible Iron
From what I read, only a few restaurants filed for bankruptcy and not the whole food chain. The move to offer burgers with vegetable-based patty might be a way to attract new customers.
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Guest Meerkat
I'm curious about this non-flesh patty, although I've seen a few local restaurants offering meat alternatives in their menu. The alternatives were mostly mushrooms, but they don't really have the same taste like the real meat.
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Shake Shack's mushroom burger tastes so much better than what I expected. The patty's a fried portobello full of cheese and — you can imagine — has more calories than their regular beef and cheeseburgers.
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