• Ledivin@lemmy.world
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    9 days ago

    Don’t let perfect be the enemy of good. Would you rather see a vegan restaurant go out of business - the obvious alternative that they’ve laid out - and inevitably replaced by another factory-farm-based burger joint, or have a plant-heavy menu that slowly inspires people to try them, converting some? Are your Ideals really so simplistically black-and-white that you’ll shun any forward progress that isn’t a complete ban?

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      9 days ago

      I hope they serve dog bacon cheeseburgers at the revamped shop, where the borzoi bacon is nice and lean and the pomeranian patty is juicy; they’re so perky, I love that!

  • naevaTheRat@lemmy.dbzer0.com
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    9 days ago

    The most vegan way to make burgers is to use the dog meat from the PETA pet snatching operations. Allow me to demonstrate with this checklist

    • humanely raised meat ✅
    • Supports baby steps, flexitarians, and carnists with a guilty conscience ✅
    • Avoids food waste (let’s be honest PETA could definitely find efficiencies, I mean my neighbours still have living pets smh my head) ✅
    • Involves PETA ✅

    Anyway I’m off to work at my uncles dog farm. Keen to hear your thoughts!