I watched the documentary. Definitely gave me some things to think about. I'm going try to slowly get back into eating a more vegan meals again. It made me feel better and I need to get back to it. I find it hard to stick with but I need to so I can feel better again. The struggle is real.
I tried the veggie whopper.
But double the cost of a real meat burger.
The "meat" is a bit mushy, a bit bland...no strong "beefy" mouth feel nor flavor....but a decent meat/high protein/vegan substitute. The price is $7.99 (compared to half that for real beef) so as usual,, vegan/veggie folk will have to pay a premium to avoid meat....but kudos to Burger King for getting nationals production of a meat substitute off the ground.
I've substantially reduced my beef/pork/lamb intake...and I know that 10-20% of the animal production for meat is adding methane to the environment - which is 20X more potent than CO2...so the more we boycott meat eating the better for our own personal health as well as our environment's