Has anyone tried the Impossible Whopper being trial marketed by Burger King in the St. Louis area?
I would like to hear your comments on the new item .... any thoughts?
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Order a salad instead. More SJW pandering. Burger King be woke.
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Shoot, I forgot where I was going with this, but I do know that I love bacon.
I'll jump right in and buy when they bring forth the Soylent Green based Whopper®.
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At least the plant burger won’t have a bunch of bone fragments in it, like the last Whoppers I had the last several times we ate at Burger Kang.
I think we have the better special here in Ohio, the Angry Whopper.
Bacon, jalepenos, deep fried onion chips, and some sort of sweet/hot sauce on it.
Damn, I may have to divert to get one on the way home.
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I guess I'm just old and confused by all this new stuff. If you want a burger...buy a burger (i.e. not a wannabee burger). If you want a beer...buy a beer (i.e. not alcohol free beer). If you want a Coke...buy a Coke (i.e. not Coke Zero ). It all just seems like playing mind games with yourself to me.
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I want to try one.
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They have that available in St.Louis also. I agree it sounds better to me but I haven’t eaten there in years.
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One of my employees was complaining the other day that he stopped at a BK that was out of real whoppers, but they offered him this nonsense instead.
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What a bunch of crusty fucks, you guys are. I can confidently say that those that are complaining about it h have never had a Beyond Meat or Impossible product before.
They are very good, especially for people who after vegetarian and want a burger, for instance.
I'm not a vegetarian and I've had a few of the Beyond burgers from Carl's. Very tasty.
You guys probably poo-pooed fish tacos too.
Eventually, don't we all?
I think I'll just let the cows be grass fed.
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Angry whopper sounds better.
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I have had an impossible burger. Not the whopper a real one at a restaurant.
My take. It doesn’t exactly taste like beef like is touted but does do a decent job. On its own merits and taste I thought it was very good. I would order one again not as a replacement for a “real” burger but as I said on its own merits.
I am an omnivore though and when I want meat I am eating meat.
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I haven’t eaten at Burger King, Taco Bell, or McDonalds since I was in High School, which was over 28 years ago and I don’t plan to eat at any of them again no matter what they offer.
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That's me too.
I haven't tried this one, but my experience with other veggie burgers has been (to paraphrase Douglas Adams) that they taste like something almost but not quite entirely unlike beef.
Y'all can share mine.
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I’m the same, though an Impossible has to go a long way to beat a grilled portobello mushroom head with a slice of Swiss and a touch of mayo on a toasted bun.
May have to run to the store this weekend.
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Heard good things.
Looking forward to it myself.
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Well, I won't be trying it. I'm very basic in my hamburger desires: meat (well done), iceberg lettuce, and yellow mustard on a toasted bun. The main reason I eat at BK is that they will make a burger for me just like that, in an age where most places have a specialty burger that is loaded up with a bunch of stuff that never should be on a burger.
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