Veggie Burger

I was scanning the vegan and vegetarian section at a local supermarket because I was searching for a good lunch that I can bring at work. And this caught my eye. This variant got me curious so I bought it.

This is not new to me, like what I have mentioned, my vegetarian friend has introduced to me some plant-based food items and the veggie burger is one of them. And guys, this tastes a lot like burger meat! It is really incredible to me!
I have tried various flavors and what type of veggies are inside but the artichokes and tomatoes is really good.
It is interesting how it differs to the other veggies. I must say that this is lightest than the other ones I have tried. The others, in my opinion is much heavier, I feel it in my tummy, and almost easily I am full.

I really like that it isn’t even noticeable that it isn’t meat, though. It even has a good aroma =)

As you can see on the package, it says it is 100% vegan, palm oil free and non OGM.

It is a good source of protein and may contain traces of celery.

Veggie Burger with Artichokes and Dried tomatoes

Nutritional Values per 100g:

  • Energy 229 kcal
  • Protein 14,7 g
  • Fats 12,9 g Saturated fats 1,8 g
  • Carbohydrates 11,4 g. Sugar 1,1 g
  • Fiber 4,3 g
  • Salt 1,49 g

What is inside these burgers?

  • Restructure and rehydrated soy flour
  • Artichokes (11%)
  • Sunflower oil
  • Wheat gluten
  • Onions
  • Soft wheat flour type “0”
  • Tapioca starch
  • Thickener: methylcellulose
  • Dried tomatoes (1.2%)
  • Salt
  • Yeast extract
  • Vegetable fiber
  • Starch
  • Sugar
  • Garlic
  • Aromatic plants
  • Spices
  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Preservative: potassium sorbate
Veggie Burger with Artichokes and Dried tomatoes
plant-based burger
my plant-based burger yummy!

Verde Amore is produced by Kioene . All their products are prepared with legumes, cereals and many vegetables like: spinach, artichokes, eggplant, mushrooms and chickpeas. All Non OGM. They have a lot of fresh and frozen products like mini burger, tofu, meatballs.

Kioene went out in the market in 1990 as a Bio-Ene brand with its frozen products based on vegetable protein. The idea of their reserach started back in 1988 in order to create food based on 100% vegetable proteins which is tasty because they believe that food must be healthy but it should taste good, too.

In 2013 the name changed from Bioene to Kione. The meaning behind the project is:

  • Ki: the inner energy of the single individual according to the ancient oritenal culture
  • O: represents the circle which is the symbol of universal Harmony
  • Ene is the energy of th planet containg the energy of all its inhabitants

Kione is the energy of the individual in harmony with everything around him

Kioene products hit the shelves in 2014, and three years later in 2017, became the reference point of the market. Now, it has became widely known specialist in vegetable and plant-based protein food items. Not only it is offered to a contemporary healthy diet but also curates tasty and delicious veggies alternatives.

If you are looking for a nice veggie burger, try this out guys! it is just delicious! I love it!

Thanks for reading this article, I’ll see you on my next one! Ciao!

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored article. All the products that I feature here in my blog I purchased myself. My opinion is based on my experience upon trying and using the product.



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