Oh, FFS, for once we have a dozen better choices than that! All we need to do is showcase them to all of the voters, including discouraged voters, and we should be good to go! Why not show off the ones that really promote our Democratic values, like valuing working people and fairness and opportunity?
i eat meat constantly. impossible tastes like meat. in fact, i had mine at red robin, which are generally high quality burgers, and it tasted like a red robin burger. now, i had sauteed onions, cheese and mushrooms, so that did a lot of the flavor heavy lifting, but the texture, where most veggi burgers fail, was… Read more
Putting aside the question of what the real nutritional concerns are about saturated fats and dietary cholesterol, nobody’s forcing anybody to buy a hamburger meat that has a 70/30 split (even if they taste wonderful). Most grocers will have an assortment of lean beef that goes as high as 95 percent lean. Now, it’s… Read more
I SAID GOOD DAY!!!
Vegan checking in, and cheeseburgers are my favorite food, full stop. I ate a burger for breakfast today. I will eat one for breakfast tomorrow. I will eat burgers til I die. The more they can taste like real meat (as long as it’s priced reasonably, see my other comment), the better.
I think that’s the general impression they want people to have, but they’re not more nutritious than ground beef, which is basically a super food with a couple nutritional drawbacks that you can normally get around. Veggie burgers basically exist for people who no longer eat meat but want the ethical alternative that… Read more
Yes, both are available when you want take a little break from gaming.
Giving money away IS a solution, but short-term and small scale.
By giving someone money you can give a finite group access to resources for X amount of time.
By changing the system we have, which requires a thought revolution, you could rid the world of the above scenario where people need to be given money at all,… Read more