Update: Clean Meat: Can a Flesh-Based Product Ever Be Considered Contamination Free?

Minced burgers. Roasted burgers with grilled vegetable

Minced burgers. Roasted burgers with grilled vegetable

Berkshire has just learned that The Tavern at The Williams Inn will be the first restaurant in New England to server the all-new #ImpossibleBurger. After writing  about San Francisco startup Hampton Creek Foods Inc’s meat made from a chicken feather and Sir Richard Branson’s recent investment in Memphis Meats, this opportunity in our back yard is too good to be true. So we’ll be there for #MeatlessMonday, September 25th undercover. We shall report back if this plant based entree,  looks like a burger, cooks like a burger, but most important tastes like a burger! #whatveganseat

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