Shake Shack created an odd patty meat substitute with the rise of its latest veggie burger. The NYC restaurant is reinventing the way vegetarians indulge in the age-old meal.
Following the critically acclaimed pop-up 'WastED,' chef Dan Barber teamed up with Shake Shack's culinary director Mark Rosati to create an interesting vegetarian burger. Created for a one day pop-up, the two culinary geniuses constructed a juice pulp substitute to replace traditional patty meat. Atop the abnormal patty is rejected beet ketchup, lettuce, tomatoes and onions. Holding the burger together is a day-old Bathazar bread fixed to resemble burger buns.
Though this dish is abstract at best, since its release to the citizens of NYC, it has been gaining increasing popularity.
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Shake Shack's Juice Pulp Veggie Burger Redefines Patty Meat
- By: Malika Renee ButssJun 3, 2015