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Should In-N-Out Have Veggie Burger?

mrosen814 2012/08/31 20:00:00
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According to the Huffington Post, Ari Solomon is calling for the Southern California institution to offer veggie burgers for vegetarians who miss eating at In-N-Out, in a Change.org petition. According to Solomon, "the petition is in response to a hidden camera investigation that revealed an In-N-Out beef supplier was abusing cows." What do you think? Should In-N-Out mess with their 'simple' menu to satisfy vegetarians?

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM reports:
It seems almost sacrosanct to mess with In-N-Out's long-established (secret) menu, but one Angeleno is fighting for reform.
reports sacrosanct mess in-n-outs long-established secret menu angeleno fighting reform

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  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2012/09/01 04:42:18
    No
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +66
    Here is a thought for you food nazis.....IF being a vegi-Whatever is sooo bloody wonderful that you feel you need to ruin the appetites of regular people.....has any of your Mentally Enfeebled tofu eaters thought about opening your OWN diner featuring ALL meatless dishes including veggie burgers.....I want to see how many weeks such an enterprise would stay open

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  • ««Ginge... Transqu... 2012/09/01 01:51:37
    ««Gingey, the Master Debater of Þ|-|Дэ†»»
    +3
    Apparently you haven't had a good veggie burger before
  • Transqu... ««Ginge... 2012/09/01 17:38:56 (edited)
    Transquesta
    +1
    Not yet, anyway. I'll concede that one exists, but thus far it hasn't wended its way onto my plate. :-)

    FWIW, I'm one of those avid meat eaters who'd love to find practical and tasty alternatives for various economic, health and environmental concerns. Gimme a good alternative and I'll jump on it.
  • ««Ginge... Transqu... 2012/09/01 18:05:16
    ««Gingey, the Master Debater of Þ|-|Дэ†»»
    +2
    Next 4th of July I'm inviting you and I'll grill you a veggie burger you can't refuse lol
  • Transqu... ««Ginge... 2012/09/01 18:08:54
    Transquesta
    +1
    Post your address and I'll bring all my rowdy friends. . .and their friends. . .and their friends. . .

    ROFLOL!

    I think it'd be easier if you just sent me the recipe or the name of the product. :-)
  • thє вluє wαndєrєr 2012/08/31 22:46:06
  • jackolantyrn356 2012/08/31 22:36:17
    No
    jackolantyrn356
    +1
    So then what is the purpose of eatting in said or any other fast food joint????????????????
  • Nekosarethebest 2012/08/31 22:32:49
    No
    Nekosarethebest
    +2
    I like the idea of a veggie sandwhich. Which is what they have now basically. Burger toppings without the patty!
  • BobStrauss 2012/08/31 22:22:58
    No
    BobStrauss
    +2
    Just have the customer out the meat. The profit margin on a veggie burger p probably isn't worth the money flow. PETA needs to go!
  • ↓←↑♣→NVL←♣↑→↓ 2012/08/31 22:14:51 (edited)
    Yes
    ↓←↑♣→NVL←♣↑→↓
    +5
    They do..... Ever heard of a secret menu?Facepalm
  • America... ↓←↑♣→NV... 2012/08/31 22:27:45
  • Dan 2012/08/31 22:10:11
    Yes
    Dan
    +2
    For whomever wants one.
  • Jenn the Psycho 2012/08/31 22:04:45
    Yes
    Jenn the Psycho
    +3
    They already do. Secret menu, anyone...?

    Didn't we already have a discussion about the Secret Menus? Derp.

    derpy gif
  • FatherLiberty 2012/08/31 21:24:52 (edited)
    Yes
    FatherLiberty
    +2
    If they want to. I wont eat it so I dont care. But who are these idiots who start petitions for things like a veggie burger at In-n-out? Is that really your biggest concern in our country right now?
  • Ben 2012/08/31 21:00:40
    Yes
    Ben
    +2
    I've had veggie burgers better than regular bugers before and it is always nice to have a meat alternative on the menu.
  • Fef 2012/08/31 20:53:50
    Yes
    Fef
    +4
    More options for consumers means more consumers
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2012/08/31 20:47:41
    Yes
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    +2
    I would not eat one, but they should try the market and see if it sales. I am not sure that it will sale, but you never know until you try.
  • LHL ☆stillt... 2012/08/31 22:13:29
    LHL
    +2
    I think it'd sell just because it's pretty hard for vegetarians to find fast food other than fries.
  • ☆stillt... LHL 2012/08/31 22:19:30
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    Perhaps in some area, but here in Calif it is very easy.
  • Dan5280 2012/08/31 20:47:38 (edited)
    No
    Dan5280
    +8
    No group, organization or government should tell a business what to sell.

    If In-N-Out saw there is a profit in the market than let the company decide.
  • Cricket 2012/08/31 20:45:26
    Yes
    Cricket
    +7
    All fast-food joints should offer them!
  • captainquiggle 2012/08/31 20:27:21 (edited)
    Yes
    captainquiggle
    +3
    Doesn't matter. They're still going to be just as bad for you. Maybe worse. At least real meat has a high protein count. Veggie patties are notorious for being a waste of time.

    Also don't know how having a veggie burger on the menu stops cow abuse, but go figure. lol.
  • Bibliop... captain... 2012/09/01 01:16:20
    Bibliophilic
    Well it gives another option for someone to eat instead of meat.

    Freshly made veggie burgers composed of grains and vegetables often have a high protein content and are delicious, but the frozen variety? Meh. Fast food places will only sell the frozen stuff. The best veggie burger can be made at home in the kitchen or at a decent eatery.
  • captain... Bibliop... 2012/09/05 13:23:06
    captainquiggle
    No, veggie burgers usually DON'T have high protein counts. It's the one thing they are notorious for not having. I guess if you put cheese on there, you'll have something.

    In no way is any veggie burger served at In-and-Out going to have any real benefit other than it isn't meat. LOL.

    Give me animal protein over veggie burgers any day.

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