Toasted Windermere Has Impossible Burgers!
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Have you ever tried an “Impossible Burger“? I first heard about the company Impossible Foods 2 years ago and have wanted to try their Impossible Burger ever since. In July 2016, Impossible Foods launched its meat analogue product, the Impossible Burger, which is made from material derived from plants. The company says that making it uses 95% less land and 74% less water, and it emits about 87% less greenhouse gases than making a burger from cows. The plant-based burger has more protein, less total fat, no cholesterol and fewer calories than a similar-sized hamburger patty made with beef. It contains more sodium and more saturated fats than unseasoned beef patty.
Take a look at how Impossible Foods managed to create the flavorful Impossible Burgers, below:
Impossible Foods Inc. is a company that develops plant-based meat and dairy products made without animals. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, the company aims to give people the taste and nutritional benefits of meat without the negative health and environmental impacts of livestock products. The company researches animal products at the molecular level, then selects specific proteins and nutrients from plants to recreate the experience of meats and dairy products from animals.
Today, for the first time, I actually found a local restaurant, Toasted (Toasted Windermere), located at 6506 Old Brick Road, Suite 100, Windermere, FL 34786, 407-217-5485, opening 11:00 am-9:30 pm daily, that actually carries Impossible Burgers! Toasted Windermere is bright and clean, with an orange wall decorated with a “Periodic Table of Cheese” that immediately grabbed the attention of any one who enters the premise. In addition to the three main menus: Burgers, Salads, Grill Cheese, there is also a New Street Tacos menu sitting on the checkout counter. There are plentiful choices for vegetarians, vegans, and carnivores. Incredible! These plant-based Impossible Burgers really do taste, look, smell, and bleeds just like a beef hamburger! Hubby and I ordered two Impossible Burgers with vegan cheese, vegan fries, a Braised Brisket sandwich, and a Grilled Cheese sandwich. The Impossible Burgers have proven to be indistinguishable from the real beef burger. The Braised Brisket sandwich is simply delicious, especially with housemade BBQ sauce and a dash of sweet tea carmelized onions! Grilled Cheese sandwich is just right (not too greasy).
Dear friends, neighbors, readers, considering the health and environmental benefits, it’d be a good idea to try out these Impossible Burgers and consider including them in your future dietary intakes. Just think, you can get Toasted while saving the planet too!
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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