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December 07, 2023
Vegan Restaurants Are Putting Meat On The Menu Because Lack Of Meat Leaves Them Too, And I Quote, "Exhausted"
Everyone knows that veganism is nothing more than an extremist fad diet. Typically, most people stop being vegan because it is the worst diet and is meant to turn the masses into soy-eating hippies so that China can take over the world. The vast majority of those who end up going vegan usually end up returning to their former diets. And that is a fact. At least 84 percent of those who chose a diet without animal products end up eating meat again.
So you would think that investing in the very tiny and delusional population who decide to torture themselves would be one of the worst business decisions you can make. But some people thought otherwise and decided to invest in the most disgusting and nutritionally scarce diet to ever exist.
“After years of being vegan, some very well-known LA restaurants are adding meat, dairy or both to their menus to appeal to a larger audience.”
“‘The landscape was much different when we opened eight years ago,’” says Frederick Guerrero of popular burger spot Burgerlords, which has two locations in LA. The first restaurant launched in 2015 with both beef and meat-free patties, but in 2020, the nearly lifelong vegetarian decided to take the restaurant entirely vegan.”
I have been to Bugerlords. They used to serve meat before going full extremist. It was not the worst burger I had ever tried. They were an expensive hipster wannabe version of In N Out. I remember going back during the Panny D and was SHOCKED when the entire restaurant went vegan. My copycat overpriced animal fries were suddenly drenched in orange plastic they called “vegan cheese.” And my burger was no longer beef but was a "house-made veggie patties made from 30 vegetables, nuts, grains and spices," according to SF Gate.
Yes, the burger was as disgusting as it sounds. How on earth are you going to make a "grain" and "nut" burger tasty? You cannot. It is not possible. And don't even get me started on those fake Beyond Burgers.
Again, you would think that having a business model that targets the entire population, including vegans, would be much more profitable than solely targeting the latter, who are not even a fraction of the population. But that so-obvious fact was not so obvious to these anti-meat restaurant owners.
"They hoped to stand out in burger-saturated LA, and to appeal directly to the area’s specifically vegan population. Even in a city like Los Angeles, which has consistently been named one of the most vegan-friendly cities for its plethora of meat-free dining options, targeting the vegan market may prove to be too limiting. A Gallup poll in August of this year, for instance, found that only 1% of Americans identify as vegans, with 4% considering themselves vegetarian."
“For the past three years as a vegan restaurant, it was exhausting trying to build that community. We were always petitioning for people to come to the restaurant,” the owner said, according to SF Gate.
The owner said they did not want to end up like all the other vegan restaurants in the area that had to "throw in the towel". That is why they now offer grass-finished beef patties again.
"Burgerlords isn’t the only restaurant to ditch a meat- and dairy-free menu. Margo’s, a restaurant in Santa Monica, Calif., also went nonvegan over the summer. Owner Mark Verge told Eater LA that it was a decision made to save the restaurant. 'I think if we did not make the change, we were definitely going to have to close down,” he said. “I was probably going to lose 30 jobs. We were just not going to last going plant-based.'"
“Margo’s first week offering meat on the menu made for one of the best weeks the restaurant has had from a financial standpoint," according to SF Gate.
I am just surprised these restaurants even survived after they decided to alienate 97 percent of the population for misguided and hypersensitive liberals, to say the very least. How stupid can you be to think that exclusively catering to a group of people who lack critical thinking and have a God complex is smart? These entrepreneurs woke up one day and chose to solely have the most annoying and entitled guests enter their establishments.
To say that was a bad business move is an understatement.
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