A real chicken burger or substitute chicken burger, The impossible burger!!


Is the burger you see in advertisements the actual burger? Tastes like burger, looks like burger, bleeds like burger then it has to be a burger, right? Not really. Enter the Impossible Burger, a veggie substitute for the real thing invented by Patrick Brown, a biochemistry professor at Stanford.
The Impossible Burger is made of plant matter and uses a secret ingredient that makes it bleed and taste like meat—that ingredient is the protein heme, which is found in red blood cells and nitrogen-fixing plants. Brown told Bloomberg. “We are creating a product that we intend to be more delicious than the best burger you’ve ever tasted.”
Brown has created his own start up, Impossible Foods, which has attracted a reported $75 million in funding from such luminaries as Bill Gates and Google VenturesImpossible Foods isn’t the first company to try to build a better “Franken burger.” Last year a Dutch researcher produced lab-grown meat from cow cells that cost a quarter million euros to produce.
Now their impossible burger cost 20$ to make, which is impossibly pricey by McDonald’s or Burger King Standards. But McDonalds is planning about putting in new alternatives for their menu to enhance sale, which could eventually make room for mass-produced McDonald’s Impossible Cheeseburgers.