The vegetarian Impossible Burger

Yesterday I had the opportunity to try a plant-based burger that is famous for “bleeding”. Meaning, you can order a medium-rare burger and it will actually look like a beef burger that is red as rare inside.

This amazing food invention is made by Impossible Foods and they are doing some good work here in creating a sustainable burger. From their web site:

Because we use 0% cows, the Impossible Burger uses a fraction of the Earth’s natural resources. Compared to cows, the Impossible Burger uses 95% less land, 74% less water, and creates 87% less greenhouse gas emissions.

Impossible Burger in a bun with lettuce and tomato on a paper wrapperThe one I ate is more on the well-done side, but I can tell you it tastes amazing. This goes way beyond any vegetarian food you’ve ever tried in terms of replicating the taste and smell of meat.

They are currently being served in several restaurant locations throughout the country, so I definitely recommend trying one.