There's been a lot of burger buzz these days around burgers that aren't, well, really burgers in the classic sense. The Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger have transformed vegetables, oil and water into a remarkable facsimile of a bleeding burger: rare in the center, crispy on the outside and satisfyingly greasy. And, they have been rather hard to get one's hands on.
These creative uses go way beyond patties on buns.
Hint: it ain't meat.
There's a good chance your favorite bean or mushroom patty is a lot less healthy than you think. And by less healthy, we mean it has more calories, lots more sodium, and more saturated fat than a McDonald's Big Mac.
From "grossed out" to "very deep flavor."
Vegetarian prayers have been answered.
Don't eat another bad veggie burger.
And, of course, vegetarians too.
The large and varied menu has something for everyone, from the soul bowl for true veggie lovers to the vegan wingz for people who prefer meat alternatives that taste like meat. What Chicago Diner serves up "has a lot to do with the food we want to eat."