Burger King prediction.
I get some odd predictive dreams and I woke up hungry after this. Burger King may add an organic, natural selection to their menu in addition to the Impossible Whopper. In particular, I saw a grilled chicken sandwich with a lemon garlic aioli spread, lettuce, red onion and tomato on what looked like a whole grain ciabatta bun, wedge fries that were baked not fried, and an all-natural carbonated fruit drink in a can. Muffins and yogurt had been added to the breakfast menu. The was something about a burger on a whole grain bun as well, but it was the chicken that caught my eye. The packaging was white and green.
I'm hoping this one comes true because that chicken sandwich looked really good!
@PamP, I had to see what the Burger King prediction was! That made me hungry too. Your predictive dream menu sounds like a very good idea!
Sometimes with predictions, we get some unexpected things!
Has anyone tried that Impossible beef in home cooking? I am wanting to make chili with it.
First, open a can of tomato paste. Drop it in a skillet, and burn it a little, or a lot, until it looks brownish. Now add the beer, chocolate, and coffee..
Combine w the Non-meat, that you have already browned up, w garlic, chili spices, and cayenne pepper.
i will bring the tequila
LOL, sounds great! I get el gusano. Extra protein. 🍾
I've used Beyond Meat to make bolognese sauce, comes out good. For chili too - just sub it in any recipe you like for loose ground meat.
Just FYI, Beyond meat is NON--GMO while Impossible is definitely GMO. If you are concerned at all about GMO food sources, you might want to consider Beyond.
Bolognese, yum. I've got a package of Lightlife brand plant-based sausage in the freezer. Looks like chorizo. Might fry some up for breakfast. I don't know how it tastes yet, but the dogs got excited when they saw the package come out of the grocery bag.
Those are great, especially grilled! I also love their Gimme Lean sausage - you can use it just like you'd use any other breakfast sausage. I've made scotch eggs with it and they were fantastic!
@polarberry Impossible Burger meat is doing a very slow rollout to grocery stores in certain states. If you live on the East Coast and are near a Wegmans, you can probably find it there.
@jpage57 It's also being sold in a bulk pack at Costco. A pack of 8 is 14.99. It's usually $4.99 for a pack of two at the Albertson's near me. Now they are selling in a bulk pack like hamburger, too! I'm not sure how much they are, but I have a chili recipe that needs to be tried.
Ok so I tried the Beyond Burger Italian spicy sausage (used it in place of regular sausage) in a soup. Tasted great. BUT...OMG my husband and I had such bad gas pains for 3 days. You have to be used to eating certain foods, and I checked on line and sure enough a lot of folks say it gave them gastrointestinal distress. Sorry but I'm personally going back to turkey and chicken sausage. 🤣
@triciact It tasted great, buuuuuuut. That side effect is not pleasant. I'll keep using Lightlife. Less meat like, but it doesn't have the, um, side effects. And if you slice and pan fry it with a little olive oil it's really delicious. Their bratwurst is really good. I've made beer brats with it and they were yummy.