Thursday, September 17, 2009

veggie burgers

So it turns out I may have a slight obsession with veggie in I still haven't found the best one ever. Megan and I tried this place and it was really good. You could really taste the brown rice, red peppers and corn...but I'm still not convinced they are all that rave-worthy. Their olive oil french fries are another story though.

Do you know of any good veggie burgers?


Melody said...

Sorry to say, but I've heard from newspaper articles that Veggie burgers are the least healthy type of burger.. maybe that's why they are soo tasty!

amy kelinda said...

Olive oil french fries?! Must. Have. Now. I'm coming to Austin in a few weeks, we should definitely meet up if there's time! I'm thinking about coming up Saturday morning before my Sunday ACL day, but we'll see how that goes.

Maybe continue the search for the best veggie burger? (I've never actually had one)

tastymoog said...

I find it very hard to believe that a veggie burger would be the "least" healthy type of burger-- although anything fried or cooked in tons of grease is going to be bad for you! Perhaps huge veggie burgers from places normally offering meat ones are higher in fat, but all the recipes I have and/or tried for homemade ones are healthy (made with stuff like lentils, quinoa, chickpeas, peppers, black beans, carrots, etc.)... and the frozen store bought ones usually have less than 5 grams of fat-- some are even fat free, often low in sodium, etc.

Sharon said...

thanks for your comments guys! i definitely agree in that homemade and frozen store bought ones are very healthy and i love those...but i also don't mind eating the 'fast food' type veggie burger either...i love all veggie burgers equally, regardless of nutritional value :)

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