The meatless burger that tastes like a delicious burger should but it’s made from plants.
Available at Fenway, Hingham, Lynnfield, coming soon at other locations.
Hear why Chef Paul is excited to bring the Impossible Burger to Wahlburgers.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The Impossible Burger Recipe:
4oz Impossible Burger patty, smoked cheddar, lettuce, caramelized onions, chili spiced tomatoes, Paul’s signature Wahl sauce
The Impossible Burger quick facts:
• Made for meat lovers
• Significantly better for the planet than meat from cows
• It’s meat, but it’s made from plants
What is the Impossible Burger?
It’s a burger that tastes like beef but is made from plants, so it’s way better for the planet.
What’s in it?
It’s primarily made from wheat protein, potato protein, coconut oil, and heme (the molecule that gives meat its color and flavor).
About the Impossible Burger
The Impossible Burger is remarkably more efficient when compared to beef and uses 95% less land, 74% less water and creates 87% less greenhouse gas emissions. To put it into perspective that’s equal to one 10-minute shower, 14 driving miles, and 75 square feet of land.
Is it vegan?
It’s for meat-lovers, but it’s ok for vegans too. The Impossible Burger is plant-based, but don’t call it “vegan” or “fake” or “faux” anything. It’s meat made from plants.
Does it contain allergens?
It’s plant-based, nut-free, and dairy-free. It contains gluten and soy.
How does it taste so good?
The Impossible Burger’s recipe is a result of five years of researching every aspect of meat. The meaty flavor comes from a combination of ingredients, but mainly it comes from heme – a molecule found in all living things that gives meat (and our burger) its unmistakably meaty flavor.
Nutritionally, how does it compare to beef?
The Impossible Burger matches the levels of protein and iron found in beef. It has about the same calories, less total fat (with slightly higher saturated fat from coconut oil), and is completely cholesterol-free.