Lately, it looks like all people have long gone vegan — or, as a minimum, is dabbling with the concept of doing so.
Even the fast-food industry.
As the thrill surrounding meatless burger options on offer thru drive-through destinations has continued to develop, we got to thinking: what’s all the buzz approximately?
So, we set about to flavor check most of the meatless burgers on offer a few of the speedy-food fare.
Tim Hortons has delivered Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches — however most straightforward in select markets. And, at the time of our trying out, the one’s demands did now not include Vancouver. Meanwhile, Burger King has additionally announced its plans to introduce a new meatless menu choice — this one offering the famous Impossible Burger patty (the burger will, predictably, be referred to as the Impossible Whopper). The burger has but to launch in Canada, however, its release in check markets inside the U.S. Earlier this spring brought about a suggested 18 in keeping with cent rise in business. It’s rumored to be debuting here in these 12 months.
McDonald’s has but to difficulty any formal word on a planned veg-ahead patty in Canada.
So, that left us to strive the veggie options from 3 quick meals destinations that are reasonably simply available for maximum Metro Vancouverites: A&W, White Spot, and KFC. KFC, yes, the restaurant celebrated for it is us of a-fried menu complete of chook has had a veggie burger for several years now. If you haven’t tried it but, you need to because it’s pretty tasty. But, be forewarned, it’s no longer vegan — and finicky foodies should argue it’s not even simply vegetarian because maximum of the patties is cooked in the identical oil as the alternative bird merchandise.
But, in case you’re not a stickler for the one’s instruction information, then the KFC Veggie Burger (470 energy) is well worth a chunk. Featuring shredded lettuce and a highly spiced mayo (ahem, additionally not vegan as a long way as we ought to tell), the crispy patty had a pleasant crunch, boasted a decent traditional burger bun complete with sesame seeds — and, well, it tasted much like a chook.
Those who pick a less soggy state of affairs with their burgers might also want to ask for the mayo at the aspect, as we found the sandwich became a chunk sloppy with the overall dose of mayo on it. The KFC option scored a 4/five from our taste testers (the scale was a charge out of 5 and turned into based totally on characteristic flavor and appearance).