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By Bob Gaydos The Impossible Whopper ... bacon soon to come “Two Impossible Whoppers with cheese, please. No onions on one.” “OK. You want bacon?” Back to bacon. Apparently, despite my best efforts in a previous column to argue otherwise, (http://zestoforange.com/blog/?p=14971) it is impossible to live life without bacon in America, Even when you order a burger intentionally produced without meat, meat is offered as a topping. You’re confusing me, Burger King. My partner and I became fans of the Impossible Whopper at first bite. It’s tasty, juicy, filling and satisfies an occasional craving in a diet that does not include beef. Or bacon. The bacon option was not
Wednesday, 19 February 2020