Attn – Burger King is Testing a Veggie Whopper

Burger King is testing a plant -based veggie version of their Whopper sandwich. Would you want to try this?

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Feels real, looks real, tastes real, but…is it real?

According to New York Post, Burger King tested out its vegetarian soy bean version of its famous “Whopper” sandwich without actually telling customers that it wasn’t a beef patty that they were eating.

“Little did they know their Whopper patty was actually made from plants,” said the voice-over.

Apparently the tasting went over with astounding results that made their unsuspecting tasters fall off their seats in disbelief.

New York Post quotes a few very shocked customers. “This is a f–king cow,” stammered one and, “I’m confused. I’m re-evaluating my life,” vented another.

“In tandem with the stunt, the fast-food chain also announced the Impossible Whopper would be available at 59 Burger King restaurants in the St. Louis, Missouri, area, where they’ll be testing the concept,” informs New York Post. “Impossible Foods recently released an update to their ‘burger’ formulation called Impossible Burger 2.0. — to rave reviews. It’s primarily made of water, soy protein, coconut oil, sunflower oil and leghemoglobin, also called “heme” — the source of the patty’s meaty flavor.”

So, not only does the ‘Impossible’ Whopper pass the taste test—obviously—it also gets a thumbs-up in the nutrition arena. NBC News reports applauding reasons to try it yourself saying the vegetarian Whopper is “largely made of soy protein concentrate, along with ingredients, like potato protein, methylcellulose, yeast extract, cultured dextrose, food starch modified, and soy leghemoglobin, plus what essentially amounts to a multivitamin’s worth of additional vitamins and minerals,” as well as, “That makes it a convenient way to pump up your protein, especially at a fast food joint where meatless options may be hard to come by, but that doesn’t mean it provides the same benefits as whole foods.” NBC News also says, “Neither burger is a nutritional home run,” in regard to how the beef Whopper and vegetarian Whopper compare.

Burger, anyone?


Here’s how people on the Zip app are weighing in on this all over the country!

Burger King is testing a plant -based veggie version of their Whopper sandwich. Would you want to try this?

Totals
14% Y – veggie for life
86% N – need the meat
Males
10% Y – veggie for life
90% N – need the meat
Females
23% Y – veggie for life
77% N – need the meat

Y – veggie for life

N – need the meat


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