Impossible Burger Meat tastes like everybody wishes animal meat tasted. My guess is that in future, animal meat companies will be adding the veg blood made from the contents of the soy root nodule (cups of nitrogen-fixed bacteria) to enhance the blood taste of their animal meats. Hot dogs too, anything that has a recipe.
RE: Impossible Foods seeks EU and UK approval for its GMO “fake meat” bleeding ingredient TAFC ClipBoard: That’s the Brits for you, always trying to stall a process, any process, until they give the okay. Supremacy at its worst. The plant is okay and the beans derived from the plant, but not the root?
REVIEW: IMPOSSIBLE SAUSAGE – 14 oz. tube – new to us – cooks like Impossible Beef – starts out soft, ends up hard – textures less fatty though. Firms up as you cook it. Sausage flavors are subtle, maybe too subtle when compared to other plant meats, especially Light Life Gimme Lean. Due to the neutralContinue reading “IMPOSSIBLE SAUSAGE IS HERE AND I TRIED IT”
IMPOSSIBLE BURGER NOW IN GROCERY STORES Well, I’ve been waiting for this a long time. Yes, THE Impossible Burger at Whole Foods Market 14 oz. package looks like ground beef, feels much more oily. Forms well into patties. Four good sized burgers. I pan-fried in cast iron skillet with about 1 Tablespoon corn oil overContinue reading “My First Made @ Home Impossible Burger”
TAFC COMMENT: Good move. Start indoctrinating the kids to a healthier diet. Looks like they’re using the same strategy the animal exploitation industry used. It worked for them until it didn’t. Maybe now that we know more about the effects of food/fuel on health and the degree of suffering we inflict on those animals weContinue reading “Impossible Burgers are coming to US schools”
IMPOSSIBLE BURGER MEETS BUSH’S BEANS An easy to make tasty skillet dish with burgers, beans and tomatoes. Serve plain or over rice, potatoes or pasta. Makes 7 cups sauce
TA-FC ClipBoard: Nobody is making the claim that it’s made from a pig. Maybe we should take issue with the pig farmers calling their product pork, so the children who were born and bred on family farms wouldn’t think they were eating their friends. The farmers should have called their animal meat what it was,Continue reading “The latest Impossible ‘meat’ has pork farmers questioning the name”
CNAP ClipBoard: Tiffany Stevens the author of this article states, “So if you’re worried an occasionally meatless meal will turn you into a woman, don’t be. Instead, prove your masculinity by taming your fear of new foods.” If men are worried about being turned into a woman, what do the women have to fear, beingContinue reading “You Don’t Need to Fear the Estrogen Content In Impossible Burgers”
Again the thing that you just have to remember to anticipate everything Impossible is going to do is that our intention is to completely replace animals as a food production technology, the most destructive technology on Earth by far,” Brown said. “And that means that any product that we’re currently producing using animals, Impossible Foods is already working on, and will commercialize a plant-based, a better, more delicious, more affordable, vastly more sustainable version of that product.
CNAP RESPONSE: Burger King’s claim that The Impossible Whopper is 100% Whopper and 0% beef is not true. It can’t be both. A 100% beef whopper is not 100% Impossible Whopper. A Whopper is defined as containing 100% animal product, namely beef. In addition, nobody calls a Whopper, a Whopper Sandwich. I’ve never heard it, exceptContinue reading “Lawsuit claims Burger King’s Impossible Whoppers are contaminated by meat”
Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods have a new foe in the plant-based burger wars: the Ultimate Burger Brian Sozzi It’s ultimately not meat. But the Conagra Brands-owned Gardein brand hopes its new plant-based Ultimate Burger wins over Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods loyalists in 2020. Gardein, acquired in Conagra’s 2018 acquisition of Pinnacle Foods, willContinue reading “Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods have a new foe in the plant-based burger wars: the Ultimate Burger”
About the ingredients: Shortly after Burger King released the Impossible Burger in all it’s stores in the USA I contacted them on their main website to ask if the bun contained any animal products. They did not respond. I’m sure many people who don’t want animals in their buns or their mayonnaise, or any otherContinue reading “The Impossible Whopper Isn’t A Whopper”
This is the burger everybody’s been talking about and quite frankly, compared to the other Impossible Burgers I’ve had this hardly resembled it. There are two ways you can order this burger at Burger King cooked: either flame broiled, or microwaved for those who don’t want their burger cooked on the same surface an animalContinue reading “IMPOSSIBLE WHOPPER”
Burger King is introducing a Whopper made with a vegetarian patty from the start-up Impossible Foods. The deal is a big step toward the mainstream for start-ups trying to mimic and replace meat. By Nathaniel Popper Photographs and Video by Matt Edge April 1, 2019 OAKLAND, Calif. — Would you like that Whopper with or without beef?Continue reading “Behold the Beefless ‘Impossible Whopper’”
This is one popular burger. Everybody wants it. Even burger joints that sell only animal meat want it. Fortunately for me several locations all at once, near enough so I could get to them, started putting it on their menus. We ordered it at Earth Bistro in Cleveland, a restaurant that makes everything they serveContinue reading “The Impossible Burger – update”
From One Green Planet: The Impossible Burger has just opened a new production facility. Welcome to the future of food. Since the Impossible Burger’s debut on the meat-centric menu of restaurateur David Chang’s Momofuku Nishi, Impossible Foods’ premier product has continued to gain momentum. Every day, hungry customers would line up outside Momofuku Nishi waiting to get a taste of theContinue reading “The All-Vegan Impossible Burger Will Be Everywhere Soon “