Impossible Burger

A burger made from plants for people who love meat.

4.8/5
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Impossible Burger is a delicious burger made entirely from plants for people who love meat. Every time you choose a quarter-pound Impossible Burger instead of a burger made from a cow, you can make a huge difference without compromising.

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CTO & Cofounder @ Betafi

Tried the burger over a year ago for the first time at Impossible HQ, have been very impressed by their execution, marketing, and product.

Hope they manage to get the price point down dramatically so they can actually undercut the cost of ground beef in the US, without compromising the product. That’s the real challenge!

Pros:

Seriously tastes and cooks like real meat!

Cons:

Slight after taste (maybe from coconut oil), and doesn’t taste like *great* ground beef, just okay ground beef. Very expensive right now!

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coder / product / indie maker

I went hunting for this burger when I read about it somewhere or other. It's hard to find, as many of the listed locations on their site no longer stock it. Delicious product.

Pros:

Super delicious

Cons:

Expensive -- it costs an extra $6/patty vs regular meat at a local brewery. Doesn't hold heat super long.

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I make open-source software
In most places (at least in SF) it costs exactly the same.
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The Good Company

I tried the Impossible Burger a year ago at Momofuku in New York and while the whole burger itself wasn't impressing me, I have to admit that the "meat" really tasted like meat. It might not be the "premium ground beef" at that time but I read an article about their new version which should be pretty terrific.

Looking forward to try that one. I hope this will be the future, so we can finally end the cruelty we're doing to animals and the planet.

Pros:

Tastes like real meat

Cons:

Price & Availability - Which will get better over time I guess

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Not that I would ever eat meat again, but the Impossible Burger is a welcomed addition to my diet.

Pros:

Absolutely delicious

Cons:

A bit expensive right now