Impossible Burger Patty medium, sautéed onions, cheddar cheese artisan bun lightly grilled.
They offer a full array of heat from practically raw to well done.
You could get cheddar, swiss, or American cheese or none.
They did offer a full vegan option.
They strongly recommended caramelized onions with it. It came served with lettuce, raw onions a tomatoes and a pickle on the side.
Smooth and moist not like the usually sawdust veggie burgers I had consumed in the past.
I was able to get some of the patty away from the condiments. I didn’t detect any extra seasonings or anything over powering to mask the natural favor. I enjoyed the taste which was like meat with a little hint of wheat. Once I was eating the burger with the condiments included it was hard to remember I wasn’t eating an actual hamburger (Other than the couple from New Mexico who were staring at me watching for a reaction while I ate it)
The burger was much thinner than the one in the video on the Impossible burger site though quite filling. I purposely deconstructed the burger so I could see the look of the patty more closely.
Post meal feeling
With the Impossible burger I felt satisfied… I felt full. I had recently eaten at a popular “gourmet” burger chain. Though the burger was good, it was huge and greasy, afterwards I felt bloated. The Impossible Burger Made me feel good without the bloat.
4 out of 5 stars
This summer I had the pleasure of having my favorite burger ever from Shake Shack. As a proud carnivore I was skeptical that the Impossible Burger would be on par with a hamburger. While it didn’t live up to Shake Shack it was delicious, I am fairly certain I could serve these at a BBQ and no one would know the difference if they didn’t see me cook them. The home chef in me wishes it was purchasable for to try things with. Especially I would like to try it as a meatball substitute with pasta. Impossible burger states this may be available in the future though they are focusing on restaurants for now.
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