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Kanz Bitar

In this week’s culinary crusade, staff reporter Kanz Bitar tried the Impossible Burger at the Cheesecake Factor

Impossible Burger defies the odds

Recently one of my closest friends became pescetarian. So over the break I decided to go out with her and go to a restaurant the specializes in vegetarian food…but we ended up just going to Cheesecake Factory in Stonebriar Mall. Even though it isn’t a specialty restaurant, I still ordered food that’s vegetarian, which is actually something I’ve been wanting to order for a while but wasn’t motivated to until now, and that dish is an Impossible Burger

The impossible burger is made up of textured wheat protein, coconut oil, potato protein, natural flavors, 2% or less of: Leghemoglobin (soy), yeast extract, salt, soy protein isolate, konjac Gum and some other scientific words. 

It was a really good burger, If you were to replace a real burger with the impossible burger, I wouldn’t have suspected anything. It was moist and textured and flavored nicely, overall it was a really enjoyable burger.

Since I liked it a lot, I’ve decided to try more fake meat and who knows, maybe I’ll convert as well.

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