We know. It’s basically inconceivable.
Yup. Roasted mushrooms, caramelized onions, riced cauliflower and broccoli, and garlic. (We know, we know...mushrooms aren’t technically a vegetable. But before you do your victory lap, the U.S. Department of Agriculture considers mushrooms to be vegetables because they provide many of the same nutritional attributes of vegetables. So take it up with Uncle Sam.)
We use grass-fed, grass-finished, American raised Angus beef. Because we love you.
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Yes. Yes it is.
Aspirationally speaking, Wegmans, Whole Foods, Sprouts, Costco, Target, and Kroger. Seriously, all jokes aside, stay tuned…
Politely ask to speak to the manager and say, “I love your restaurant but I would come here a lot more often if you put BOTH Burgers on the menu!” Then send them to www.bothburger.com, and we’ll take care of the rest. Thanks in advance for helping us spread the love!
Yes and no. 95% of Americans are meat eaters. Expecting 100% of them to become vegetarian is, well, an impossible goal. However, if we can decrease our meat consumption by 50%, a much more reasonable ask, we can still achieve the goal of reversing the negative impact of meat production/consumption on our planet. We can do even more good if the remaining 50% of the meat we eat were raised and produced by regenerative farmers.