its all about being self-aware, which is completely lost today.Dunderhead wrote: ↑ This is pretty closed-minded. I love eating meat but I appreciate that the founders of Beyond are trying to make the world a better place, by reducing methane emissions and also reducing the suffering of animals.
If it's not your thing, no one is forcing you to buy it or eat it. But I guess some people always have to complain.
the same people who comment whenever they come across vegetarian/vegan topics (you know, the typical meat eater dude who just HAS to say something half-witted like "keep it up vegans! just leaves more meat for me!!" while scanning intensely at a photo of a vegan protest to try and point out anyone wearing a leather belt) have absolutely NO idea they just look really silly to normal, sane people.
no one is getting an a&w burger to be healthy. but people having the choice to eat a meat alternative is a nice thing.
the REAL argument is whether any of these meat alternatives are actually better for the environment or not. anything mass harvested like coconut and almond have all shown to be terrible for the environment.