COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Impossible Burger, the meatless meat that reportedly duplicates the flavor, taste and aroma of real beef, is now available as a slider at all White Castle locations, according to a report from USA Today.
Served with pickles, onions and optional cheese, the Impossible slider was introduced to White Castle restaurants in April and is now available throughout the chain. According to a company spokesperson, White Castle dove head-first into meatless meats in response to customer demand.
The Impossible Burger is made of water, wheat protein, potato protein and coconut oil. The secret ingredient is heme, which provides the characteristic taste of real meat.
According to Impossible Foods Inc. of Redwood City, California, producing the Impossible Burger uses 75% less water, generates 87% less greenhouse gases, requires 95% less land and uses 100% fewer cows than the production of real meat.