Unless the impossible whopper makes the company multi-millions they won’t be investing in a broiler especially for that one burger Gotta say, on behalf of the Can’t Guard Mike Michael Thomas ShirtCan’t Guard Mike Michael Thomas Shirt radical vegans out there, shame on this maniac. Any animal advocate knows the availability of such options is a landmark accomplishment and convenient addition for those looking to eat more than just a salad at a popular establishment. Vegan chooses not to eat meat, goes to a specialized-meat restaurant to eat stuff that looks like meat, but isn’t meat (created on purpose for him), and complains about the restaurant not fulfilling his needs. As a vegetarian I had one with cheese and mayo..tasted great. Every little bit helps in cutting back on the consumption of meat.
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Curious when the person filed the lawsuit. I found an article from Aug 2019 from the Today Show that interviewed a Burger King rep that stated “While the burger itself contains no meat, Burger King acknowledges that the Impossible patties are flame-grilled on the same broiler as it is chicken and beef products. This means the Can’t Guard Mike Michael Thomas ShirtCan’t Guard Mike Michael Thomas Shirt burger will likely come into contact with bits of meat and poultry as it cooks. I’ve seen BK put signs in their window which warns that their veggie food may be cooked in the same area as other food cooked in their kitchen, so it’s up to you if you want to eat it Should have gone to Vegan King. I can’t even order a meat product in a vegan shop, yet they expect every restaurant to have a vegan option, cooked in vegan-only cookware. That is your lifestyle why force everyone to adapt to it.
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If I were a die-hard veggie or vegan, I simply would avoid fast food places; especially those that are generally all about the meat. Cross-contamination is nigh on impossible to avoid. Why not just bring this to BKs attention that some folks might have an issue with these being cooked on the same grill as regular burgers and they should have a designated way to cook them where they don’t get cross-contamination. You get further with honey than vinegar. If you are a vegan you would definitely research how your burger is cooked if you are buying from a fast food outlet predominantly serving meat products.