Eating less or no meat is definitely better. There is less animal suffering, it is better for the environment and of course better for yourself. Although that is what they tell us, we have completely different ideas about this! Therefore, 7 bizarre burgers that you must try…. or not!
Leave it to the Japanese to come up with bizarre burgers. And in all honesty, you have to be made of the right stuff to put this monstrosity in your mouth. The bun is jet black, and yes, it does have a deep-fried frog on it. Apparently, the frog 'just' tastes like chicken. So it might be worth a try if you keep your eyes closed.
We all know that a cold beer and good hamburgers are a perfect combination. But that did not go far enough for BrewDog. The company decided to incorporate beer directly into the burger itself. According to experts, the beer/alcohol flavour is not overpowering, despite the fact that whisky and vodka are also used in the sauce.
Needless to say, the combination of sushi and a 'burger' is a very curious one. According to the website Highsnobiety, the Sushi Burger has become more popular since a post on Instagram in 2016. However, the first burger had been on the menu since the 1980s at Japanese fast food chain MOS.
In other words, the peanut butter burger. A delicious burger bun with cheddar, bacon and a layer of peanut butter. Of course, you want this on your plate as soon as possible. It is better that you make it yourself, because otherwise you have to book a flight to Salt Lake City. Also not very bad actually....
This tower of burgers contains a staggering 20,000 calories and according to the restaurant owner, this bizarre burger has already claimed several fatalities. Talk about bizarre... Maybe this is a bit too much?
The recipe for the Noodle Burger is based on Asian cuisine. This burger is made because it is not extremely different from a regular burger, but the difference lies in the crispness that this burger contains. Sweet chilli sauce makes this burger to be savoured.
In succession: a bun, mayo, lettuce, tomato, gherkin, a gigantic hamburger, bacon, cheese, another gigantic hamburger, mushrooms, onions, ham, mozzarella, another unknown type of cheese and another bun.
The clowns of the World Economic Forum Would love this one! In many countries, insects are considered a delicacy. Now a startup wants to bring them to Germany in an eco-friendlier burger that has more protein and iron than beef burgers, but produces 100 times less CO2 emissions. ugh ugh ugh
Yeah let me skip this one