Vegan Foods

The future of fast food is vegan

Going vegan just got a little more convenient.

As more and more people become more conscious of what they are eating, major fast food chains are beginning to offer plant-based options on their menus, such as McPlant at McDonald’s and the Beyond Fried ChickenKFC’s exclusive vegetable chicken.

Just three blocks south of Fountain Valley High School, Plant Power Fast Food opened its new location just over a year ago. The modern vegan fast food chain adheres to an environmentally conscious mission to encourage the transition away from America’s current reliance on animal agriculture, “changing the world, one burger at a time”.

With menu options ranging from “chicken wrap” to an assortment of burgers, there’s something available for anyone who wants to indulge in comfort food without the gluttony feeling.

One of their signature options, the Iconic Burger, is reminiscent of the style of a classic In-N-Out cheeseburger. Sandwiched between two buns is a “heavy” patty made with soybeans (which can replace a bean patty), lettuce, sliced ​​tomato, pickles, grilled onions, “cheese” and a secret sauce that tastes like Thousand Island dressing.

The caramelized onions perfectly complement the melted vegan American “cheese” that oozes onto the patty. After a mouth-watering bite, you won’t believe it’s made without meat or dairy.

The menu features a unique selection of beverages, including a dairy-free horchata coffee flavored “milkshake” and various flavors of kombucha floats, a creative and healthier alternative to traditional root beer floats that will support gut health. of all probiotics.

Plant Power Fast Food is reinventing the fast food industry from a culture of over-consumption of meat in America to a culture of cruelty-free and sustainable consumption, one vegan burger at a time.