veggie burger

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veggie burger

n.
1. A patty made from nonmeat products, especially legumes, other vegetables, and grains.
2. A sandwich consisting of such a patty usually in a roll or bun.
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Garden Burger The second on the list to be named after a garden, this one is available from Around the World, in Liverpool ONE.
At Red Robin, for example, that means ordering Bottomless Steamed Broccoli instead of Bottomless Steak Fries and getting a Simply Grilled Chicken Burger or The Garden Burger instead of a hamburger.
They even have a garden burger just in case your teenage daughters' going through a phase," says the actress in the ad.
Unlike the garden burger variety, nothing goes on top of it.
From Russian Peroshkis to a Live Garden Burger, the food processor features prominently and provides preparation ease to these step-by-step photos of raw food preparations, perfect as an introduction for any library serious about raw food preparations.
Instead of just another barbecue, we'll do a variety of burgers, a salmon burger, a garden burger, chicken and apple sausages grilled over an open flame instead of just hot dogs and brats," said Lambatos.
To get the Garden Burger is probably going to take me two years,'' Jones-Rath said.
The manager responded that their supplier, Sysco, doesn't carry many, if any, veggie options beyond the ubiquitous garden burger.
But now, because Worthington and Garden Burger are owned by corporations too, we're seeing more TV commercials for them and space devoted to their products in supermarkets.
New on the market is the soybean Country Burger, which takes its place beside the newly renamed Garden Burger (carrots and savoy cabbage) and Spinat Burger (spinach).