Scott and I have been fans of Impossible Foods since they first announced their 100% plant-based Impossible Burger back in 2016. Since that time, we’ve had the chance to enjoy these meaty vegetarian burgers at places such as Bareburger, White Castle and in the form of tacos from Taco Dumbo at Pennsy, but we’ve never had the opportunity to make them at home.
— Scott Beale (@ScottBeale) May 16, 2018
In early June, after seeing our posts about the Impossible Burger, Impossible Foods sent us a few sample patties to cook at home. The cooking process is easy; just heat up a small amount of oil, just enough to coat the pan, and cook the burger for two minutes on each side. Then add bun and toppings as desired. Et voilà – an Impossible Burger at home.
.@ImpossibleFoods just sent us a few sample patties of their amazing plant-based meat. We’ve had the #ImpossibleBurger many times before, but this is the first time we’ll have a chance to cook it at home. https://t.co/1BCZYcVu7a pic.twitter.com/apozKW44oT
— Scott Beale (@ScottBeale) June 1, 2018
While the initial release of the Impossible Burger is only in restaurants, we look forward to expanding into retail as we grow. Stay tuned! Our goal is to make the #impossibleburger available to everyone, everywhere, and we’re working hard to make that happen. ??
— Impossible Foods (@ImpossibleFoods) May 26, 2018
In addition burgers, Impossible Foods also plans on making other plant-based meat and dairy products.
We plan to release many more meat and dairy products from plants in the coming years! The Impossible Burger is only the beginning ????
— Impossible Foods (@ImpossibleFoods) June 19, 2018
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. Impossible Foods offered to send us a sample and did not pay us to write this or even request that we do a blog post in exchange for the sample. We’re honestly just big fans of the Impossible Burger and were excited to try it out at home.