Because of orcas.
We'd go hungry.
I've seen his routines before. He's hilarious.
I could never be vegan. I'm a proud dedicated carnivore....
Hilarious! Voted up.
I will never go vegan. Never!
Please don't, Troutless Giggles doesn't sound as good.
Vegetarian...Old Ojibwe slang for village idiot that can't hunt or fish.
When I closed my Eyes, I swear it was my stepsister speaking "Veganeez" !
They don't eat anything with Beaks, Hooves or eyes !
We took their family fishing one day. Apparently her kids never heard of "Fishing", nor have seen anyone "Fishing". First fish that was pulled into the boat, my nephew had a meltdown and we had to take them back to the house !
Related news from the hollowed and many veneered halls of Wall Street;
Beyond Meat shares soar 7% on Europe production plans and JPMorgan rating
It was a happy National Hamburger Day for plant-based meat company Beyond Meat (BYND).
Shares gained more than 7% in trading Tuesday as the company announced plans to begin producing its meatless products at a European plant in the Netherlands by next year and major firms initiated coverage on the high-flying stock.
JPMorgan delivered the strongest bull case of the day by initiating Beyond Meat with an Overweight rating, calling the company’s upside “extraordinary” and projecting a 12-month price target of $97 a share. Analyst Ken Goldman added that he expects EBITDA to turn positive by year’s end.
Beyond Meat shares closed at $86 Tuesday compared to the average analyst consensus price target of $71.34, according to Bloomberg data. Shares have gained more than 240% since the company priced its initial public offering at $25 per share earlier this month.
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Here's the 5 day chart.
(Especially significant when compared to how the overall market's been doing lately).
I know A&W fast food restaurants are already serving Beyond Meat burgers and while I haven't had one I've heard they're pretty tasty. I'm sure there are or soon will be other restaurants serving it as well.
I don't think I can trust something that's called "Beyond Meat"
What's beyond meat?
TG Not really sure I haven't looked it up. I would assume it's some sort of flavored vegetable based product. I might try it one of these days just to find out if it actually tastes like a burger.
I'd give it a try I'll try anything once. But if it costs more than a beef burger they can keep it, I'm not going to pay extra for fake meat.
I'm with you
I'm going to try them, despite the higher cost I like having the option of a good tasting veggie burger but it will never replace a burger on the grill.
I saw them in last weeks grocery store advert. They are about 50% more than their 85/15 certified Angus and about the same price as the grass-fed organic beef per pound.
it will never replace a burger on the grill.
Well, of course you're entitled to your opinion.
Some folks will . . . some won't.
Here's another opinion:
Beyond Meat is a ‘disruptor’ as plant-based meat industry sales poised to reach $100 billion
Jefferies analysts think there’s a good chance McDonald’s will add a plant-based option after Burger King’s Impossible Whopper
Plant-based meat is going to be huge in the near future and Beyond Meat Inc. “is a true disruptor and innovator” in the industry, according to JPMorgan analysts.
Shares of Beyond Meat jumped 8% on Tuesday after the company was initiated at overweight with a $97 price target at JPMorgan. Analysts there say Beyond Meat’s “growth opportunity is extraordinary.”
“Beyond Meat only needs to capture a fraction of this expansive total addressable market to be successful,” JPMorgan wrote. (Read it all)
Shares of Beyond Meat jumped 8% on Tuesday
Well, that was yesterday.
So how did the stock do today?
Shares of Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND), a maker of plant-based "meat" products, closed Wednesday's trading session at a 13.3% gain. The driving force behind this sudden jump came from an offhand remark by McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) CEO Steve Easterbrook -- on national TV. (LINK)
I actually happened to catch that interview-- and for the third time had considered buying the stock--but decided against it.
I was going more with what happens to everything we eat....it is digested and moved thru the alimentary canal.....hence....beyond meat
Give me a porterhouse and I am a happy girl!
That sounds expensive.
I carry an emergency burger for those times she gets hungry. I keep it tucked in between the front seat. Here eat this and keep drinking.
We had Delmonico's Saturday night, roast chicken on Sunday, and hamburgers Monday night.
I don't live in a house full of carnivores....no way!
Lately I've been buying the Picanha roast aka the sirloin cap our coullate. You have the butcher trim it so it has a 1/4 inch of fat on the top. Then you can order Brazilian sea salt on Amazon which is larger than kosher salt. It is the only thing you put on the mean.
I usually cut in three inch strips and skewer on the rotisserie just like the Brazilian steak house or cut into steaks. It may be the tastiest piece of meat on the cow.
I used to be able to find Delmonico's.. now I can't. WHaaaaaa.
Give a hungry man a fish and he will come back again next meal.
Teach a hungry man to fish and you will not see him again.
Give a Vegan a fish to eat and be accused of a hate crime!
Enoch, putting horseradish on a piece of Gefilte Fish.
Teach a man to fish and he'll sit in a boat all day drinking beer
Dear Friend Trout Giggles: That has been my experience.
Enoch, Popping the tab on a cold can of Pabst in a row boat.