Would you like to know where to find good veggie burgers? Fed up of choosing from burgers made with vegetables, palm oil or spicy beans? There are way better offerings around, you just have to know where to look. And when you fancy, you can then make your own.
Don’t let pets have leftovers, as these products contain pet-toxic ingredients like onion, garlic, and other flavourings only suitable for humans. If ordering online, keep ice gel packs away from pets and children.
The Best Veggie Burger Mixes
- Just Wholefoods Organic Burger Mix is made from textured soya protein (organic), veggies, spices, yeast extract, sea salt and black pepper, bound with brown rice flour. Just add boiling water, leave for 20 minutes then fry formed burgers in a little oil. Serve on a bed of fresh lettuce and tomato, onions, a dollop of sauce, on a toasted bun.
- Amisa Gluten-Free Burger Mix is made with tomato and basil. Just add water, shape into burgers, fry and serve in under 20 minutes.
- BOSH! Ready-Made Burger Mixes are for Bangin’ Beetroot or Chickpea Burger.
Where to Buy Good Veggie Burgers
Moving Mountain Burger tastes as real as any other burger. It’s in plastic-free packaging and sold in the freezer section of Sainsbury’s and other supermarkets. Praised by top chefs, it will fool any carnivore.
Sgaia Meat Burger is made by Italian gourmets in Scotland. Using ‘meat wheat’, it is gently herbed to serve in a bun with garlic vegan mayo, vegan cheese, spinach leaves, basil and sliced tomatoes (and a chilled beer).
Vegusto No-Moo & Cheese Burger is sold in a pack of 2, from an award-winning Swiss company.