The Impossible Burger is sweeping the nation, converting meat-lovers into plant-lovers every day. By eating this burger, you are not only feeding your body whole and natural ingredients, but you are also helping the environment without sacrificing the delicious taste of a traditional burger. The Impossible Burger is now available at restaurant locations all over the country, including Wake Forest's very own Shorty's! Here is everything you need to know about this revolutionary food craze.

By eating the Impossible Burger, you are helping the environment in a BIG way. 

The Impossible Burger does not use cows in any way. In fact, compared to cows, the Impossible Burger uses 95% less land, 74% less water, and creates 87% less greenhouse gas emissions. The making of normal burgers produces as much greenhouse gas emissions as all of the world's cars, trains, planes, ships, and trucks COMBINED. The Impossible Burger uses a fraction of the earth's natural resources compared to cows, and by eating it you save land, water, and decrease production of greenhouse gases all at once! 

You can pronounce the ingredients.

Impossible Burger ingredients include all-natural ingredients such as wheat, coconut oil, and potatoes. The Impossible Burger gets its meaty taste from an ingredient called heme, which is essentially what gives a normal burger its normal juiciness and smell. Simply combining heme with the all-natural plant-based products of the Impossible Burger creates the burger of everyone's dream! 

The Impossible Burger is available at restaurants across the country, including Shorty's!

That's right. You can get the Impossible Burger anywhere from Maine to Hawaii. Its most popular locations are in New York and California at restaurants like Bare Burger, 5 Napkin Burger, and Umami Burger. For Wake Forest students, the Impossible Burger is no farther than a five minute walk to Shorty's! Get yours today to see how truly sensational this food invention is. Top it with your favorite classic burger toppings, or keep it vegan and use vegetables and vegan cheese! 

I would have never imagined that a burger with no meat whatsoever could taste just like the real thing. But stay tuned, because who knows what's next for Impossible Foods.