The goal was to see if they'd been able to make something that was actually edible and that I'd want to eat. Other vegetable-based sandwiches I'd tried in the past, had fallen short of that goal, and it was time to see if they'd gotten it right.
Now let me say this. If I had been told nothing about either sandwich, I would have been none the wiser. As you can see from the pics, the plant-based burger could pass for the real thing. Visually, it looks a little firmer with a bit more of the sear marks around the edges. It has the texture of a real hamburger, but is a little less moist than the Bacon King. It also seemed to want just a touch more seasoning to excite the taste buds. If they can tweak it just a little bit, they'll really have something.
But how did I like it? Overall, I'd have to say, not bad!
Will I try it again? I'd have to say yes, as I believe this is the wave of the future. Knowing that no animal was killed to produce my meal is a plus. With an ever-growing world population, something has to be done to feed the masses. I'm still surprised at how well they've managed to pull off this meat-substitute. I'll still order regular Whopper's, but will fold in this new sandwich from time to time. Looks like the Impossible Whopper is possible after all. What do you think?
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