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1   georgeliberte   ignore (0)   2019 Jan 11, 1:06pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

How do we know those reviews are not all written by cows?
2   Tenpoundbass   ignore (16)   2019 Jan 11, 1:28pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

People raved about Chipolte until they Gut Bugs.
3   tovarichpeter   ignore (3)   2019 Jan 11, 1:46pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

georgeliberte says How do we know those reviews are not all written by cows?

Good point
4   tovarichpeter   ignore (3)   2019 Jan 11, 2:13pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Where you can try an impossible burger in the SF Bay Area

5   FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut   ignore (4)   2019 Jan 11, 3:42pm     ↓ dislike (1)   quote   flag      

APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says
This is why AMERICA! will spawn chains of FRESH! KILLED! restaurants where you can point at an animal or underprivileged unfortunate, watch them be killed, dressed and prepared for your table.

Sounds like West Hollywood love story in Ed Buckleys house.
6   HunterTits   ignore (4)   2019 Jan 11, 10:37pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

I had one yesterday at 21st Amendment in SF.

Two patties. $18 (that included a side).

I was skeptical as I've always hated veggie burgers and have resisted until now. What changed my mind was how people I know kept telling me they are awesome.

So guess what? They are FUCKING awesome! I mean it. Best $18 I spent on food since I dunno when.

Better than meat (think of a burger with more flavor and no grease...kinda like that). I wish I could eat one every day.
7   zzyzzx   ignore (2)   2020 Jul 22, 11:45am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      


Burger King wins dismissal of vegans' lawsuit over Impossible Whopper

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Burger King of deceiving vegan, vegetarian and other customers into thinking it cooked the plant-based patties for its "Impossible Whopper" on different grills than those used to cook beef and chicken.

In a decision on Monday, U.S. District Judge Raag Singhal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida said the seven plaintiffs failed to show that reasonable consumers were deceived into paying higher prices because of Burger King's actual cooking methods.

He said the plaintiffs did not ask about Burger King's cooking method or request an alternative to satisfy their dietary requirements, and that the company's advertising did not promise cooking on a different surface.

"Burger King promised a non-meat patty and delivered," Singhal wrote. The judge also found the plaintiffs' claims "too individualized" to justify a class action.

Lawyers for the plaintiffs did not immediately respond on Tuesday to requests for comment. The plaintiffs can amend most of their claims if they wish.

Burger King is a unit of Toronto-based Restaurant Brands International Inc.

Impossible Foods Inc, which helped create the Impossible Whopper, has said it was designed for meat eaters who want to consume less animal protein, not for vegans or vegetarians.

The case is Williams v Burger King Corp, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, No. 19-24755

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