Will you try the Impossible Burger?
The meat-free burger that bleeds
The Impossible Burger claims to be the eco-friendly alternative to the American food staple, without losing any of the texture and flavors people love.
The meat-free burger is made from simple ingredients such as wheat, coconut oil, and potatoes, but the secret touch to the insane meat-like quality is a compound called heme. Apparently, heme is what gives beef burgers that signature smell, sizzle, bleed, and taste.
The mission behind the Impossible Burger is to make food that is not taxing for the environment, and can feed generations to come. With animal agriculture accounting for a considerable percentage of land and freshwater use, the team behind the Impossible Burger thinks they have found an equally tasty alternative.
According to their website, the environmental reasons to go Impossible are that, "Compared to cows, the Impossible Burger uses 95% less land, 74% less water, and creates 87% less greenhouse gas emissions."
With hundreds of providers around the country and counting, Impossible Burgers are becoming a convenient, eco- friendly choice. Check the locations here to find a burger near you.
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