Making the Impossible Possible: The New Kosher Cheeseburger

Making the Impossible Possible: The New Kosher Cheeseburger

  • Tobi Kats

    Where has the Frum world come to?

    I am personally sickened by this article. What will happen if a frum jew never tasted a cheeseburger!? Or crab, or bacon for which b"h there are now substitutes so that chas veshalom there shouldn't exist a single materialistic thing we haven't tried. As a site who's very name should show its content I was nauseated, specially since you had the audacity to send this article as part of a post-Tisha Bav fast email , as if to say-OK, mourning the Golus is over, lets go and Kosher-ise the the thing that most symbolizes non kosher food. I think this article and the genuine hype and excitement you bring about it just highlight the sad fact that jews today are so deep in Golus they don't even see what is wrong with making a cheeseburger kosher...
    Posted by Tobi Kats |August 1, 2018
    Believe it or not, this was not created as a way for frum people to bypass Halacha but for the vegan population. They have been eating this burger along with the Beyond Burger for a long time as a way to lower the meat consumption and have a healthier plant based option. Put cheese on it or don’t, it’s purpose is to meet a need and it has nothing to do with frum Jews in specific. Advancemence in the culinary world have made all kinds of things possible, such as soy milk and cheese, parve sausage etc. We are eating very different today than we did 100 years ago. If you use parve milk you may as well try the burger.
    Reply by Leiba Bernstein | August 1, 2018
    Agree with you 100%!!
    Reply by swolpin | August 1, 2018
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