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[Farm Boy] Beyond Meat Beyond Burger $7.99 per pack BOGO = $4 each pack

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[Farm Boy] Beyond Meat Beyond Burger $7.99 per pack BOGO = $4 each pack

Sorry, a bit late to report on this but Farm Boy has a buy one get one free special this week until Wed Dec 4 for packages of the Beyond Burger. $7.99 for TWO packages (2 burgers each package) = $4 per pack.

I've never tried them, but for those who like Beyond Meat ...
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Thanks for sharing gonna scoop some after work tomorow
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In4mer514 wrote: Thanks for sharing gonna scoop some after work tomorow
+1 - it seems like a good price point for me to give these a try and see what the hype is about.
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These freeze well too, so could stock up. Rarely see them on sale at such a deep discount.
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Have been waiting for them to go on sale. Glad to hear they freeze and thaw well
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Deal wise.... its a great price.. 4$ a pack sur beats the 6.99$ locally.
However, am not a fan of the product...there's an overwhelming spice which I can't identify that just ruins it for me.


+1 to the OP for the effort.

Cheers, KH
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Where can I buy Beyond Burgers in downtown Toronto?? Like, not a restaurant, "raw" like this.
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drew4008 wrote: Where can I buy Beyond Burgers in downtown Toronto?? Like, not a restaurant, "raw" like this.
Farm Boy has a store at Leslie and Lake Shore that would be closest to downtown. Otherwise, Loblaws stocks them at normal price.
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I had this recently but used it for spaghetti. Surprisingly, this stuff was incredible. Still not healthy it's super cool.
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These are tasty, but be warned! Your gut may cause you distress after. These give me the worst gas ever, and my friend has the same issue. Pea protein just doesn't sit well for us, it's horrible. Sorry for the TMI but I'm guessing it may be a common thing since the only other person who I know tried these also had the same gut issue as me.
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EarthViews wrote: I had this recently but used it for spaghetti. Surprisingly, this stuff was incredible. Still not healthy it's super cool.
sabrunkas wrote: These are tasty, but be warned! Your gut may cause you distress after. These give me the worst gas ever, and my friend has the same issue. Pea protein just doesn't sit well for us, it's horrible. Sorry for the TMI but I'm guessing it may be a common thing since the only other person who I know tried these also had the same gut issue as me.
Do they actually taste like meat hamburgers?
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LOL, I had a feeling this could be divisive. Downvotes! Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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Aside from all the canola oil, the ingredients seem pretty good (assuming your gut can process pea protein, of course). Judging by the nutrition info, I'd estimate 2/3 of the fat is from canola, or 40% of the calories. Coconut oil is pretty good; too bad they couldn't have gone with more of that. Definitely don't want to eat a canola burger, lol.

And yeah, I expect the canola oil issue to be divisive too.
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Great deal. Let's just leave it at that...
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Great deal, wish I had a farmboys here
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DiceMan wrote: Do they actually taste like meat hamburgers?
Lol, no. You can't fake meat, IMO.

That being said, they are still pretty tasty and make a good burger. There is just no way I could ever in a blind test confuse them for meat.
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https://www.beyondmeat.com/about/our-ingredients/

https://www.beyondmeat.com/products/the-beyond-burger/

Ingredients

Water, Pea Protein Isolate*, Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil, Refined Coconut Oil, Rice Protein, Natural Flavors, Cocoa Butter, Mung Bean Protein, Methylcellulose, Potato Starch, Apple Extract, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Vinegar, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Sunflower Lecithin, Pomegranate Fruit Powder, Beet Juice Extract (for color)

*Peas are legumes. People with severe allergies to legumes like peanuts should be cautious when introducing pea protein into their diet because of the possibility of a pea allergy. Our products do not contain peanuts or tree nuts.
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A&W Beyond Burgers 50% coupon still works, for those who don't want to cook.

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I don't know what conspiracy theory websites the canola haters are getting their information from, but it's actually one of the healthiest oils you can cook with, second only to flaxseed oil in terms of the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acid content. It's close to olive oil, but with slightly less saturated fat and oleic acid, a bit more polyunsaturated fat (omega 3 and 6, in other words), and a better 3 to 6 ratio. See Wikipedia for details.

To be clear, I have no vested interested in promoting it, and I actually prefer olive oil, personally, but I don't like seeing misinformation perpetuate itself without anyone correcting it.

As for the Beyond Burgers, they nailed the taste pretty well, and almost nailed the texture. It's easy to feel the difference if you're looking for it, but it's not immediately obvious that they're not meat if you haven't been told to look out for it. I'd recommend trying them at least once, they're way closer than traditional veggie burgers.

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