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GlorifiedRice

White Castle Veggie Sliders

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So for you Philadelphians who dont know, there is a White Castle in Allentown, Pa

 

There was nothing to do today so I decided we'd drive thru the Lehigh tunnel and then head to White Castle to get my son some sliders.

 

It is right off route 22. http://i.imgur.com/1UOMF1X.jpg

 

I got 2 veggie sliders...

 

Heres the one I ate, showing the Lima beans

 

http://i.imgur.com/o7Sgt2X.jpg

 

Here are pictures of the one I did not eat ( I went back and got a real slider)

 

http://i.imgur.com/fgD2lHy.jpg

 

http://i.imgur.com/hX78WBy.jpg

 

 

The texture was like an Indian potato and veggie patty, NOT like Morningstar Farms. I wouldnt get it again but others may like it, it did have veggie flavor.

The Burger King Veggie Burger was a MorningStar Farms and it was like cardboard.

Sorry the pics are huge, Im tired of all that driving

 

BTW the Allentown rest stop has a ROY ROGERS Restaurant


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If I go to White Castle, I want little beef gut grenades causing pain and suffering for any and all who have to follow me in the bathroom the next morning. But between the actual vegetarians, the people trying to eat somewhat healthier and the pretend vegetarians, there's a lot of money to be made in that area. I don't blame them for trying. With the admission that I know not much at all about the world of trying to mimic meat items with non-meat items, there's something about finding whole lima beans in my burger patty that doesn't appeal to me at all. Maybe I should make an attempt to explore meat-mimicking veggie items just in the interest of learning.

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I wonder why those who sell vegetarian food tend to tout how much is tastes like meat?

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Haven't tried them yet, and I'm no vegetarian, tho I like lots of vegetable dishes. I like the idea of a veggie burger that doesn't hide the fact it's made of vegetables. WC press release says it's Dr. Praeger brand veg burgers

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