So as you can tell, I’ve taken an extended vacation from this blog. My intention was to start blogging again, but I just realized, thanks to a recent comment on the blog, that’s it’s been two years since I’ve even visited the blog, much less posted anything. Sorry about that.
I’m still looking for ways to turn Treif food into Kosher meals though, and the Covid-19 Shelter in Place situation has forced me to do way more cooking than usual.
One of my favorite new-ish food items on the market is the Beyond Burger. It’s a Kosher-keeping girl’s dream for so many dairy-related reasons.
Can you say Cheeseburger, Cheeseburger? Oh how I have missed cheeseburgers. And thanks to the Beyond burger, I can now have cheeseburgers most anytime I want. LOVE THIS!
I also love that I can have a milkshake with my cheeseburger or maybe a slice of cheesecake for dessert after I eat my Beyond Burger. The list of diary options I can have with my Beyond Burger is endless.
And for me personally, the Beyond burger tastes like real meat. I don’t know how they do it, and I probably don’t want to know, but it’s honestly delish. I truly feel like I’m eating a real burger … with real cheese on it. The existing veggie burgers on the market never tasted like real meat so thanks Beyond Burger for helping us out!
Whole Foods in the Dallas areas sells a Beyond burger two-pack for around $6 but I’ve also seen it on sale for less. Costco sells a 6 pack for (I think) around $12, but I will double-check their price the next time I’m there and update this post.
I will take pictures and post again the next time I make a Kosher Cheeseburger meal so you can see the beautiful burger in action.
In the meantime, Happy Kosher Treif Cooking, and it’s good to be back!