South Korea’s No Meat Beef Burger [Vegan Food]

We try Lotteria’s NEW No Meat Beef Burger called the Ria Miracle Burger. Korea’s take on the popular Impossible burger you can find in America.

We’ve missed a couple of food trends lately, one being vegan, and thought we better get on this one as quickly as possible before it disappears!

These are just our opinions but we weren’t overly harsh on it.
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    1. It’s way easier to transition if you’re in The UK, there are so many faux meats here now, some so real that customers have been complaining to the company thinking it’s real meat. Idk if it’s like that in the US or elsewhere, but here it’s everywhere.

    1. I’ve tried one before, one of those “you can’t tell which one it is” and I could quite clearly tell which one it was. I didn’t like the taste of that one in particular because it honestly felt like it was just trying to hide the natural taste with condiments. However, as a replacement it’s great. I’ve also tried other vegetarian options which I’ve liked significantly more. I just don’t like the whole trying to be something you aren’t thing that a lot of vegetarian food has got going. I’d rather have something unique to that. If you create a patty out of something like black beans, enhance the taste of the beans instead.

  1. Everyone in the Seoul Vegan group is freaking out because they cook the burger in the same oil as the regular burgers. I was like HELLO lol, even here in the states, burger King had to post they cook on the same grill. Most vegans are okay with it, because the oil didn’t do anything inhumane to the vegan Patty.

    1. @We Fancy yeah. I don’t think fast food restaurants can do a truly vegan thing. It’s too expensive to bring in separate grills for the small scale amount of people that will eat the vegan option in comparison to the people that eat the meat options.

    1. I’m not a vegetarian, but I’d honestly recommend trying one. Even the worst one I’ve eaten is good enough. I’d stay away from the ones claiming they taste “just like meat” because that’s just a load of garbage. However, there are really good alternatives. I’ve tried a lot of them, mostly because I like food, so I want to try new things.

  2. I’m more interested in that cheesy but not cheese looking potato thing…..

    “If you enjoyed watching us criticize this vegan burger.. ” If I wasn’t already subscribed, that would have convinced me. Good to see you guys!

  3. I’ve had the impossible burger and beyond burger in the USA and the vegan burger in Mexico. They were not bad but they don’t taste like meat to me. To me the best one was the vegan burger in Mexico, but again it’s not meat. It tasted good and it was not filled with sauce like the other ones.

  4. hey i just want to apologize like 4 years ago i left a bitch ass comment on one of your videos where you poked fun at vegans lol. im still vegan and i still think everyone should be vegan. but im a grown up now lmao and that was a really mean comment for me to leave. sorry guys

  5. I’m very picky when it comes to vegan burgers. The more natural ingredients the more it falls apart and fails to taste meat like. The more processed they tend to stay together and almost remind me of meat. I’m torn between beyond patty and impossible patty. They come pretty close. This is coming from a vegan who doesn’t really like processed vegan substitutes.

  6. Thanks for doing this! I just like regular hamburger toppings, so I ordered mine without the teriyaki sauce and without that fried ring thing; then add ketchup, pickles, and tomato. Then it is just a regular good hamburger.

  7. I was pretty impressed with the Beyond Meat patty. I got them from a supermarket and made homemade burgers and although it’s not quite beef it’s pretty close. Not vegan btw just trying things out.

  8. I have this sudden urge to send you guys the actual burgers from Beyond Meat or Impossible Foods.
    As a lover of actual meat, it’s pretty interesting what the two companies I’ve mentioned have done to create a burger with the same taste, texture, and juiciness of an actual beef burger.

  9. I have found that fast food impossible burgers are usually better at places that use super processed meats in the first place. For example, Burger King’s is the best to me since it tastes exactly like their regular burger since it’s essentially just injected with the same seasoning and artificial flavors!

    1. Many vegans are vegans for moral reasons, not taste reasons. Also, it’s the vegan philosophy to convert as many people away from killing or exploiting animals, so if they can produce a product that can successfully satisfy the taste of meat eaters, it goes a LONG way towards converting our food away from animal products.

  10. Don’t think I will ever go to Lotteria for vegan food… but also.. I don’t think I will go to Lotteria again for any food haha

    1. @Haeppy yes, agree, fake meat over real meat. NOT for me, But I do have to say I love guacamole and a good salad. Looking forward to your restaurant reviews.

    2. Funny thing is, many things are vegan, we just don’t think of them as vegan. Like… guacamole is 100% vegan. It’s just a bunch of vegetables. So is nacho chips, cuz it’s just … corn. And salsa. Hahahhaha

      But ya, vegan food made to replace meat and animal products is… meh. But! We’ve been to a restaurant called Vegetus and it was fantastic (we have a video on it) and soon we’ll be trying a pretty upscale place called Monk’s Butcher. So, wait for that ๐Ÿ˜€

  11. Yooo. Please give updates on the coronavirus outbreak in Seoul. Are you guys okay? How was it there? Is the security or medical team very strict? Is it safe to wร lk around there?

    1. There’s not really much to update on. Hotels and clubs do thermometer and camera screening but that’s about it. People aren’t traveling around, a lot of people are just avoiding crowded places, but other than that, there’s not much difference.

  12. Only been in Korea a week, hoping my university doesn’t cancel the exchange program, but what surprises me the most is that for the most part the advertisement pictures are fairly close to the real deal. Where as in the US you see a picture of a whopper and you get a flat turd in whatever they pass off as bread lol

    Maybe a bit of tomato too…

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  14. Waiting for a coronavirus update from Korea… cuz Iโ€™m stuck at home with nothing to watch. My job closed down . On the bright side we are on a paid leave, but I miss interacting with human beings at the casino TxT

  15. With all the hormones and preservatives in this type of vegetarian “meat” product (plus the carbs in the bread, sauce. etc.), people should want to rethink this trend.

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