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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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  • KaTy BeAr 2012/09/03 02:54:25
    No
    KaTy BeAr
    +1
    You can already ASK for one without a patty or whatever...

    Oh yeah and by the way "tofu burgers" or whatever they are... for one, they're not exactly cheap. None of that health food is, hence why we're a fat nation, but that aside, no one actually eats those fake burgers. Not enough to make a difference.
  • H-Dizzle 2012/09/03 02:19:35
    No
    H-Dizzle
    ....and all you veggie eaters....stay out of In-N-Out go eat the grass! Losers!
  • GrumpyCat H-Dizzle 2012/09/03 17:43:26
    GrumpyCat
    +1
    That's not very nice. You don't need to be rude.
  • H-Dizzle GrumpyCat 2012/09/04 14:55:51
    H-Dizzle
    Okay, I agree...that was a little harsh. I'm just tired of everyone trying to bully others using political scare tactics and so called "righteous" arguments. It's happened with Chick-fil-A and all those people trying to protest the owners beliefs. Now it's happening to In-N-Out with those trying to use the "abused cow" argument to scare them into offering veggie burgers. Leave it to the establishments to decide what they will and won't serve.

    If you don't like it, then don't eat there. It's funny cause you never see anybody going to a vegan restaurant and protesting they don't serve meat. It's ridiculous and the world needs to move on.
  • GrumpyCat H-Dizzle 2012/09/06 00:27:04
    GrumpyCat
    A petition is one way of letting an establishment know what they could do better. The people who made it obviously want to give In-N-Out their patronage, but want a healthier alternative on the menu.
  • Dahlia 2012/09/03 00:09:27 (edited)
    Yes
    Dahlia
    +1
    I think all restaurants should have a vegetarian and vegan section to their menu's. If public opinion doesn't turn them on to the idea money most likely will. My guess is if they did add a vegetarian and vegan friendly option to their menu they would see an increase in sales as you are now pulling in health food fanatics along with your average customers.
  • rightside Dahlia 2012/09/03 13:43:48
    rightside
    They shouldn't be forced to.
  • Dahlia rightside 2012/09/03 13:47:24
    Dahlia
    I didn't say force them too. I just said I think they should. Thats why I pitched the whole sales increase thing. So they could think about maybe giving it a try. If they don't see the increase in sales they wanted they could just remove the added option from their menu.
  • rightside Dahlia 2012/09/03 13:52:20
    rightside
    Yeah, but the huffenough post wants to force them. Who knows, maybe they have tried it and it was not successful. You can only keep veggie patties around so long before you have to toss them.
    The whole thing about this post is trying to get the government to 'force' people to fall in line behind what they think is good for you.
  • pepper5419 2012/09/03 00:03:10
    Yes
    pepper5419
    +1
    What about McDonalds and the other giant fast food joints?
  • Sailor ... pepper5419 2012/09/03 03:08:31
    Sailor Jerry [Proud Libertarian]
    no place for a veggie burger. i came to Burger King for a damn Whopper, not some ground vegetable imposter!
  • pepper5419 Sailor ... 2012/09/03 03:37:27
    pepper5419
    +1
    I know Veggie Burger's aren't for everyone but,there is a market out their to meet demand.
  • Dahlia Sailor ... 2012/09/03 13:43:54
    Dahlia
    You don't have to order one if you don't want to. You can still order the whopper and cram your face full of murder meat all you want.
  • Sailor ... Dahlia 2012/09/03 16:05:21
    Sailor Jerry [Proud Libertarian]
    you sound just like a PETArd. are you a PETArd?
  • Dahlia Sailor ... 2012/09/03 17:14:42
    Dahlia
    No I'm not with PETA. Their hearts are in the right place but I don't like how mean they can be to people. Its like they love animals but hate people.
  • ☆Hitler was a community org... 2012/09/02 23:10:42
    No
    ☆Hitler was a community organiz☆
    +3
    its a private company, no one can "mandate" what they do or do not sell...all you can control is what you do or do not buy...and that is on you...moron
  • Sperry23 2012/09/02 22:09:58
    No
    Sperry23
    +3
    If they want to offer one, fine, but requiring them to carry a specific product is just wrong. If you don't like the product, buy somewhere else.
  • Kelsie 2012/09/02 21:09:06
    No
    Kelsie
    +1
    I have never heard of In-N-Out.
  • Jenjenajenjen 2012/09/02 21:08:51
    No
    Jenjenajenjen
    I'm a vegetarian, but no. I think we should have our own vegetarian fast food place. A place where we don't make faces at people eating meat. A place where we cannot annoy meat eaters with our pickyness. We should go bother places in which they serve burgers!
  • bricklyn Jenjena... 2012/09/03 17:34:52
    bricklyn
    +1
    My daughter is a vegan and she will not eat anything that is cooked on the same surface as meat either. I do not think it would work.
  • Bearish~PWCM~ 2012/09/02 20:12:19
    No
    Bearish~PWCM~
    +3
    If you dont like it, Dont eat there..
    duh
  • s2k 2012/09/02 19:03:23
    Yes
    s2k
    +1
    They should test it and if it sells go for it. But I don't think it will sell
  • Chris 2012/09/02 18:48:03
    Yes
    Chris
    +1
    They'd have to have a separate cooking surface just for veggie burgers, my concern would be employees wouldn't care and cook veggie burgers on the same surface as meat burgers.
  • Larre 2012/09/02 18:43:14
    Yes
    Larre
    +1
    It's a good choice especially in this kind of Vegetarian and Vegan world.
  • Wulfdane 2012/09/02 18:35:19 (edited)
    No
    Wulfdane
    +4
    What they should do is tell these morons to go "F" themselves.

    It is one thing to ask them to change suppliers over the unethical treatment of animals (they likely knew nothing about), but to try an use this as a means to force their political agenda on others is wrong and should never be tolerated.
  • bricklyn Wulfdane 2012/09/03 17:36:59
    bricklyn
    When have any of them asked for this in the first place???

    The only morons here is people who are so narrow minded that they think they are the only ones with the rights to eat our and have their opinions heard!

    Get over yourself.
  • Dana 2012/09/02 18:33:45 (edited)
    Yes
    Dana
    +1
    I think it nice to have choices!
  • Proggy 2012/09/02 17:26:43
    No
    Proggy
    +2
    There are places that sell veggie burgers. Simply go to one of those. This franchise has something it's known for and it shouldn't have to change to accommodate a small minority of people and a potentially disastrous business decision.
  • dalgreen 2012/09/02 17:20:31
    No
    dalgreen
    +3
    I answered No, but what I really mean is, if they want to offer the burger as a business decision they themselves made, sure they should do that. Should any business owner be forced to offer a product they don't care to be making, or selling? No. If you miss eating there and have turned vegan, I'm sorry. You are going to just miss out. It's not a business owners job to make sure he fits into your specific lifestyle because you want to feel special. You make the decision to be offended, or not like something the consequences are yours alone. Now that only applies to people who are not FORCING you to do something. As a small business owner, I have suppliers and I have a lot of them, for me to know how scrupulous everyone of my suppliers are would be a ridiculous notion. I know the quality of product I'm getting and the price, how they got it, and got it to me, is impossible for me to know. It's just to much for a business in this day and age to be productive and take care of their customers and then also be responsible for their suppliers. Get real folks.
  • Commander Pyle 2012/09/02 17:05:41
    Yes
    Commander Pyle
    +1
    They still have some of the worst fries I have ever tasted.
  • sockpuppet 2012/09/02 16:57:16
    Yes
    sockpuppet
    +4
    ...and they should change their name to something less suggestive, like "sexual intercourse burgers".
  • Proggy sockpuppet 2012/09/02 17:27:53
  • westernslope~PWCM~JLA 2012/09/02 16:33:09
    No
    westernslope~PWCM~JLA
    +4
    Leave them alone ---- it's like asking if a vegan resturant or deli should have steaks.
  • iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~ 2012/09/02 15:55:03
    Yes
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +1
    Why not?
  • bricklyn iamthem... 2012/09/03 17:38:03
    bricklyn
    Vegetarians do not usually want their food prepared on the same surface as meat is.
  • iamthem... bricklyn 2012/09/03 17:44:46
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    Not necessarily true - there are many vegetarians who don't care. Many vegetarians are concerned about using their dollars to minimize environmental impact, or shift the food economy toward a vegetarian-focused one...and for them, whether their food had come in contact with meat makes no real difference.
  • bricklyn iamthem... 2012/09/15 00:07:52 (edited)
    bricklyn
    Then they are not true vegans. the ones I know are extremely fussy about that.
  • iamthem... bricklyn 2012/09/25 16:59:16
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    Wait...when did we start talking about vegans? This was about vegetarians...I doubt any veggie burger would be vegan as theirs likely eggs and milk products involved.
  • ~Here Comes The Sun~ 2012/09/02 15:53:46
    Yes
    ~Here Comes The Sun~
    +2
    Everywhere should have something vegetarian.
  • Alexander T Steward 2012/09/02 15:35:27 (edited)

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