November 20, 2019
One of the worst things you can do to vegans is to expose them to the impurity of even trace amounts of animal foods, because vegans get superpowers according to their level of vegan purity.
This is even worse than sprinkling kryptonite into Superman’s food because it automatically undoes all of their vegan efforts, meaning that all of the time vegans spent being vegans was practically for nothing.
A group of disgruntled vegan fast food diners have rallied together to file a lawsuit against Burger King after the company were found to be cooking their meatless Impossible Burgers on the same grill as their beef patties.
The class-action lawsuit was filed by Phillip Williams on Monday, TMZ reported, claiming the chain advertises their Impossible Burgers as a vegan alternative to its meat products – however they’re all cooked on the same grill.
Williams says as a result of Burger King’s cooking methods, his supposedly meat-free meal was contaminated by meat by-products.
Chances are that those trace amounts of meat “by-products” were beneficial to his health, because the vegan diet is known to be ludicrously detrimental to human health.
Watch 8:45 for an example of what a vegan kid looks like.
An important question to ask here is: can Phillip Williams prove that his vegan burger was “contaminated,” or is that something he just knows thanks to his vegan sixth sense superpower?
According to the lawsuit, ‘Burger King has no disclosures on its menu that would notify a consumer prior to the purchase of the Impossible Whopper that it was cooked in a manner that would result in meat by-products on the burger.’
Williams also cites several other similar complaints from vegans online who claimed to have had their Impossible Burgers cooked alongside regular beef patties.
As a result, Williams is seeking an unspecified amount of compensation in damages, and is also urging Burger King to stop cooking the Impossible Burgers on standard grills altogether.
People at Burger King most likely didn’t even imagine that they should be notifying vegans about it, because normal people don’t view meat as something that contaminates food and don’t treat cooking elements as biological hazards just because they came into contact with animal foods.
‘For anyone looking to eat the impossible whopper from Burger King, if you are Vegan do not eat that burger they cook it on the same grill as the regular dead cow burger! #BURGERKING #ImpossibleWhopper Is not vegan,’ tweeted one outraged vegan.
However, for now at least, the practice is unlikely to change, as cooking the Impossible Whopper on the same grill as regular burgers makes it easier and more efficient for Burger King to offer the meat-alternative in the first place.
According to CNBC, it’s also unlikely that most Burger King customers will care if the Impossible Whopper is being cooked on the same grills as meat products, for much of the demand for meat substitutes is coming from flexitarians, a group of omnivores looking to cut down on their meat consumption.
“Dead Cow Burger” sounds like a great name for a burger joint, especially one offering hot stuff like burgers with a good Swiss, melted Swiss cheese and roasted mushrooms with caramelized onions, like the ones you can get at a number of different places.