6 thoughts on “Et Tu, Nathan’s?”

  1. Reminds me of the days when polyunsaturated fats and oils were “better” for you. Until it was discovered they weren’t.

  2. It’s so bad for you that the herbivores have to disguise the crap they want to force everyone to eat by making it taste just like meat.

    The proper way to make plants taste like meat is to process it with a cow.

  3. I think it is nice for restaurants to have some kind of veganish option even if it tastes bad and isn’t really as healthy as they think. I haven’t come across too many vegan types who are healthy in mind and body, even if some of them are skinny. Does anyone really care what vegans eat? I don’t but what bothers me is that far too many of them have an interest in what I eat and want to tell me what I can and can’t eat.

    So many conversations with vegans are like anti-2nd amendment debates. Someone will say, “We don’t want to ban meat. You are just being paranoid” and then someone else will jump in, “We do want ban meat and every action we take is a step in that direction.”

  4. I’ve heard a thing or two about the lengths they have to go to to make these products mimic meat. Compared to sausage-making, it’s a whole new level of gross. I’ll stick with the “lips and assholes,” thank you.

  5. I’ve been experimentally breeding cows whose meat now looks and tastes exactly like kale. For some reason, the fortune I expected to make hasn’t materialized. Can someone explain this to me?

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