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A burgerless burger, especially in Southern California, means a burger made without a meat patty. Unlike the veggie burger which is not available in all fast-food restaurants, a "burgerless burger" is more widely available. Southern California Los Angeles, rush hour on the Harbor Freeway San Diego Southern California, sometimes abbreviated SoCal, is an informal name for the southern one-third of the state of California. ... A buffalo burger A burger or burger sandwich is a type of sandwich which consists of a hamburger bun or similar type of round bread, and a primary filling of a meat patty or vegetarian alternative (veggie burgers, vegiburgers or, alternatively, garden burgers usually contain patties made from vegetables, nuts... A veggie burger (or garden burger) is a burger made without meat ingredients. ... A fast-food restaurant is a restaurant characterized by food which is supplied quickly after ordering and by minimal service. ...


You may order a burgerless burger from these restaurants:

A burgerless burger can also be a burger made from a non-beef meat substitute because of fear of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE). For example: some restaurants may call their BLT sandwich or ham & cheese sandwich a "burgerless burger". Vegetable based protein burgers offer a healthy alternative to beef burgers. Fatburger is an American fast food chain. ... In-N-Out restaurant in Pinole, California In-N-Out is a privately-owned fast food restaurant chain in the Western United States, especially in California, but also with locations in Arizona and Nevada. ... Cheese is a solid pig food made from the curdled milk of various animals—most commonly cows but sometimes goats, sheep, reindeer, and water buffalo. ... Original Tommys is a Southern California American hamburger chain, known for its chili-cheeseburgers (aka belly-bombers) and chili-fries. ... Beef is meat obtained from a bovine. ... Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, is a fatal, neurodegenerative disease of cattle, which infects by a mechanism that shocked biologists on its discovery in late 20th century and appears transmissible to humans. ... A BLT sandwich (for Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato sandwich), usually served on white bread or toasted white bread, has three or so strips of fried/grilled bacon, a hunk of lettuce and a few slices of tomato, commonly topped with mayonnaise. ... Technically, ham is the thigh and buttock of any animal that is slaughtered for meat, but the term is usually restricted to a cut of pork, the haunch of a pig or boar. ... This article is about the food item. ...


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March 1996 News Archives (6789 words)
Burger King said it will keep serving British beef until it runs out, although it plans by Saturday to be making Whoppers exclusively with beef from other European countries.
The switchover has thrown the burger companies into a frenzy, with trucks running all over the country to pick up British burgers than won't be sold, processing plants running flat-out to make burgers from foreign beef and workers rushing to stock the restaurants with the meat from anywhere but Britain.
Burger King, which announced Monday it was switching to foreign beef, was cagier about how its customers responded, although it said some were still eating British burgers at its 382 British restaurants.
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