Post # 32
i just ate a morningstar black bean burger for dinner, how ironic! They are by far my favorite. I love the way they taste, but they’re so thin! I bought another morningstar kind at the store the other day that are thicker, but I haven’t tried one yet.
There’s a local burger place in my town that makes their own black bean burgers and they are AWESOME. It really has a lot to do with the other stuff you put on top.
now i’m hungry again!
Post # 33
Out of the kind that you can buy at a grocery store, definitely Morningstar or Boca. I prefer black-bean burgers–so tasty! But my actual favorite veggie burger is a delicious creation made by one of the local restaurants here. I absolutely LOVE it. It has water chestnuts and all sorts of yummy stuff in it.
Post # 35
Morningstar by far, but mostly because I ate Boca burgers right before getting the stomach flu one time so I associate their taste with vomiting. D:
Another meat-alternative (chicken not burgers) that I LOVE is Qorn. Their microprotein “chicken” has almost an exact consistency, texture, and taste of real chicken.
I eat meat now, but I was vegetarian for 6 years.
Post # 36
Gardenburger Portabello Mushroom. Yum
Post # 37
None, they are all vile to me. Fake-meat weirds me out, and the ingredients are usually horrible; or at the very last have hydrogenated oils and/or soy, which are both things I avoid.
Veggies burgers usually fall under the “food like substance” category, not the “food” category.
If I was going to eat a vegetarian burger, I would only eat one I made myself from scratch.
Post # 38
- Wedding: June 2014 - Cedar Lake Cellars
Like the PP, I think homemade are the best.
But, if I’m purchasing, Morning Star black bean burger