Did you hear about this magical plant-based burger dubbed the Impossible Burger that’s been sweeping the nation? Did you also hear that M Burger was one of the first to introduce the Impossible Burger, to Chicago?
Well let us tell you more, in case you hadn’t heard.
M Burger recently partnered with Impossible Foods to bring this incredible burger to Chicago for a limited time only. What’s crazy about this burger is that it’s the world’s only burger that looks, handles, smells, cooks and tastes like ground beef from cows – but is made entirely from plants.
What make’s it taste like meat?
The Impossible Burger is made from simple ingredients found in nature, including water, wheat protein, potato protein, coconut oil, and heme, a protein found in all living plants and animals that catalyzes meaty flavor.
For one month only, M Burger is putting its spin on the Impossible Burger, serving it with lettuce, pickle, onion, tomato, M Sauce and American cheese for $8.99. The Impossible Burger had launched at the M Burger Huron location and because of its popularity, the team has recently rolled it out to be served at all six Chicagoland M Burger locations including Skokie, Aurora, Water Tower Place, Atrium Mall, 161 E. Huron and 5 W. Ontario. Click here to find the location nearest you.
About the Impossible Burger
Made for meat-lovers, the Impossible Burger is the world’s only burger that looks, handles, smells, cooks and tastes like ground beef from cows — but is made entirely from plants, with a much smaller environmental footprint than meat from animals. The Impossible Burger is produced without hormones, antibiotics, cholesterol or artificial flavors. It uses about 75% less water, generates about 87% fewer greenhouse gases and requires around 95% less land than conventional ground beef from cows. The Impossible Burger is Impossible Foods‘ first product, and is currently served at over 50 locations across the country. Impossible Foods makes delicious meat, fish and dairy foods directly from plants. The company’s mission is to transform the global food system to support the planet and growing human population.