Have you tried our new range of healthy burgers?
If not, this is the perfect excuse to do it:
Firstly, try one of our new healthy burgers at the existing stores.
Secondly, tell us in a short video (15 – 40 seconds) which ingredient you like the most and why does add value to your diet. The creator of the video with the more creative content and the more creative answer will receive one year of free burgers.
Furthermore, get ready for the launching of new stores around Melbourne, we are so excited to deliver our flavors in places even close to you, and off course some great deals.
Stay tuned, healthy burgers are taking over the city!
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Looking for some inspiration?
This is a fresh article from Good health:
Refreshingly new ideas for vegetarian burgers
Do you think you have tried every hamburger there is? Well, the veggie burger will be a treat for both your eyes and taste buds, and probably shake up your preconceptions, too. So what’s behind this original burger? Swapping a juicy beef patty for vegetables prepared in a thousand and one ways: grilled, marinated, mixed, cooked and very tender or raw and crispy… Textures intensified by the soft, fresh bread bun sprinkled with grains.
The veggie burger for all seasons
Springtime burger “tomato, mozzarrella, spinach, olive spread”; summer burger “tomatoes, courgettes, aubergine, peppers, goat’s cheese and thyme” or end-of-season burger “chestnut squash” or even a “mushroom, Morbier cheese and caramelised onions”… The light-version hamburger invites you to a culinary tour of the world with a mixture of “chickpeas and Moroccan spices”; “tofu, lemongrass, coriander and cashews” or “avocado, butternut and beetroot”! For a side dish, veggie burgers go well with salads, sweet potatoes or house-ketchup spiced up with ginger or muscovado sugar.
The veggie burger, a meat-less burger?
True, but not without protein! To keep a nutritional content in this meal, the meat is replaced by vegetable patties: partly puréed vegetables or legumes, fried for a few seconds. And there is a huge choice on the menu for your meatless burger: aubergine slices, green or red lentils, kidney or azuki beans, chickpeas (as hummus), sesame (as tahini) or even tofu, plain, smoked, or seasoned: a myriad alternative to animal-origin protein!
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