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Day Declared ‘National Veggie Burger Day’!

Written by PETA | December 21, 2010

OK, maybe not, but leave it to the sellers of tortured cows to try to grab attention by claiming that it’s “National Hamburger Day.”(Déjà vu, anyone?) How about we hijack this “holiday” and replace it with one called “National Free-of-Rotting-Flesh Burger Day?” OK, so that might be a little wordy, but no worries: The most important decision to make is below:

Which mouthwatering animal-friendly burger will go on the grill?online survey

If your fave isn’t listed, include it in the comments section below. Now, would you care for some grilled onions and avocado slices with that?

Written by Karin Bennett

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  • sandra says:

    I don’t care even for veggie burgers

  • Chris says:

    Boca Vegan Burger, now we’re talking.

  • Saucy says:

    All of the above!!! Since we are on the subject of mouthwatering vegan foodstuffs, I would like to say to Gardein, HOLY COW, you guys just keep getting better and better. Is it possible to be in love with a Food Company? Last night I had the meatless stuffed tofurkey breasts. Bueno, Bueno was that off the charts. BUENO! Those cranberries in center are a nice touch. The gravy was a little spicy for my tastes, but that’s just a personal preference. No problemento, I picked up a tub of the tofurkey giblet gravy.

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