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Rebel Mondays - Rebel Whopper £1.99 @ Burger King via app

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Burger King have launched Rebel Mondays, offering the Rebel plant based whopper for £1.99 via the app on Monday. This is the first time it's been discounted since launching in January, usual selling price is £4.49. App links below. Terms apply.




The code displayed in the app is REBEL3

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Rebel Whopper

The Rebel Whopper® consists of a flame-grilled, 100% plant-based, sustainably sourced soy patty topped with sliced tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, ketchup, pickles, and sliced white onions on a toasted sesame seed bun.The Rebel Whopper® is plant-based; however, it is cooked on the same broiler as original WHOPPER® to deliver the same unique flame-grilled taste. Due to shared cooking equipment it may not be suitable for vegetarians.

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Offer Terms

Only valid on Rebel whopper and excludes Original Whopper. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. One voucher per transaction. Voucher may not be transferred or made available by you to others. Valid only in the UK. Not exchangeable for cash. Subject to availability. Voucher valid at participating restaurants only. Not valid at Burger King motorway service locations, airports, train stations and holiday parks.
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Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries
BiggyBalboa16/03/2020 06:11

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Maybe it’s because it’s nice to be able to get the food you’re already familiar with without the unnecessary cruelty.

It’s not hypocritical, that’d be if someone promoting veganism secretlyate meat. Carnivores don’t have a monopoly on shapes and the ‘regular’ burger doesn’t look like the cow it’s made from.
Jameseh16/03/2020 01:53

Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given th …Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries


It’s designed for the dietary vegan rather than the ethical vegan. If there are some carbon traces of meat transferred to this burger then many dietary vegans would be fine with this, as it still validates and promotes the plant based diet. Any residual animal traces transferred to the food were incidental and not critical to the production of the meal.

I don’t know any ethical vegans who would go to Burger King even if they did isolate everything just for one burger, so from BK’s standpoint it would be a total waste of money. This is a valiant compromise.
BiggyBalboa16/03/2020 07:10

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Not quite sure why you have such a problem with people wanting to eat something they enjoy without an animal being killed to do so. If you don't want it then don't eat it but there are many people that do.
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Nah, it’s always £1.99 via the app on Mondays
mystrd16/03/2020 00:18

Nah, it’s always £1.99 via the app on Mondays




the plant based whopper? as far as am aware the only deal there has been previously was plant based whopper and fries for £4.49 on Monday's.
Finally!!
Not tried the Rebel before and not sure if you can taste the difference against the standard one but just seeing it is making me hungry. Heat! @Chanchi32
Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries
Jameseh16/03/2020 01:53

Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given th …Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries


There are plenty of people who aren't vegan but don't eat meat.
Are these the ones with lots of estrogen that'll make guys start to grow breasts if they eat them regularly?
Jameseh16/03/2020 01:53

Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given th …Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries


They launched it for meat eaters to perhaps, reduce their meat consumption (and its an easy get out for not having to cook it seperately and invest in seperate cookers etc).

KFC have ballsed up every step of the way by serving chicken to those ordering the vegan option.
Roph16/03/2020 03:01

Are these the ones with lots of estrogen that'll make guys start to grow …Are these the ones with lots of estrogen that'll make guys start to grow breasts if they eat them regularly?


No. Soya is good for you, you'd have to eat ridiculous amounts for you to start producing estrogen.
Gollywood16/03/2020 04:28

They launched it for meat eaters to perhaps, reduce their meat consumption …They launched it for meat eaters to perhaps, reduce their meat consumption (and its an easy get out for not having to cook it seperately and invest in seperate cookers etc).KFC have ballsed up every step of the way by serving chicken to those ordering the vegan option.


Correction, they launched it to make money and join the meat free hype by selling soya (or whatever goes into these) at a margin unobtainable to the original product
duncanb197316/03/2020 06:30

Correction, they launched it to make money and join the meat free hype by …Correction, they launched it to make money and join the meat free hype by selling soya (or whatever goes into these) at a margin unobtainable to the original product


Well that was also my point.

Producing it so that vegans/veggies could eat it would involve additional investment in new cookers which BK had no intention of doing.

Just jumping on the bandwagon.
Gollywood16/03/2020 04:28

They launched it for meat eaters to perhaps, reduce their meat consumption …They launched it for meat eaters to perhaps, reduce their meat consumption (and its an easy get out for not having to cook it seperately and invest in seperate cookers etc).KFC have ballsed up every step of the way by serving chicken to those ordering the vegan option.


My vegan order was done perfectly.. even had a sign to advise fries weren't vegan.
Not tried the BK and probably won't as it's not going to satisfy my requirements being covered in beef fat from the griddle!
Edited by: "polarbaba" 16th Mar
polarbaba16/03/2020 06:32

My vegan order was done perfectly.. even had a sign to advise fries …My vegan order was done perfectly.. even had a sign to advise fries weren't vegan.Not tried the BK and probably won't as it's not going to satisfy my requirements being covered in beef fat from the griddle!


They are vegan. Until KFC pollute them and make them non-Vegan!
Gollywood16/03/2020 06:34

They are vegan. Until KFC pollute them and make them non-Vegan!


Mine weren't fried at all, and made in the vegan counter with vegan only utensils. Pretty impressed although I can only vouch for the one I went to and checked out first!
I know they messed up elsewhere.

I live in a community who are quite savvy with Thier food so the staff would be clued up regarding this.
Jameseh16/03/2020 01:53

Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given th …Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries


How many people will remember or know that though? It’s pretty shocking really, and I’m not a vegan.
Imitation meat for meat eaters.

Good deal for an otherwise overpriced burger though
Edited by: "andrewjslough" 16th Mar
BiggyBalboa16/03/2020 06:11

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Maybe it’s because it’s nice to be able to get the food you’re already familiar with without the unnecessary cruelty.

It’s not hypocritical, that’d be if someone promoting veganism secretlyate meat. Carnivores don’t have a monopoly on shapes and the ‘regular’ burger doesn’t look like the cow it’s made from.
Roph16/03/2020 03:01

Are these the ones with lots of estrogen that'll make guys start to grow …Are these the ones with lots of estrogen that'll make guys start to grow breasts if they eat them regularly?


If you eat a lot of junk food you gonna grow moobs....
duncanb197316/03/2020 06:30

Correction, they launched it to make money and join the meat free hype by …Correction, they launched it to make money and join the meat free hype by selling soya (or whatever goes into these) at a margin unobtainable to the original product


Can't people just enjoy the offer instead of leaving lame brain comments like this?
It's a fantastic deal.
How does this burger on its own offer compare to the burger & chips one at McDs for the same price?
Jameseh16/03/2020 01:53

Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given th …Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries


It’s designed for the dietary vegan rather than the ethical vegan. If there are some carbon traces of meat transferred to this burger then many dietary vegans would be fine with this, as it still validates and promotes the plant based diet. Any residual animal traces transferred to the food were incidental and not critical to the production of the meal.

I don’t know any ethical vegans who would go to Burger King even if they did isolate everything just for one burger, so from BK’s standpoint it would be a total waste of money. This is a valiant compromise.
BiggyBalboa16/03/2020 07:10

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Not quite sure why you have such a problem with people wanting to eat something they enjoy without an animal being killed to do so. If you don't want it then don't eat it but there are many people that do.
AndersJ16/03/2020 07:26

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See my point above. Many vegans are dietary vegans - in other words they like the idea of a Plant based diet. If you like the idea of a plant based diet it doesn’t preclude you from enjoying the taste of meat, so this is a compromise. Not every vegan is repulsed by the idea of meat.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 16th Mar
TechnoDonkey16/03/2020 07:32

See my point above. Many vegans are dietary vegans - in other words they …See my point above. Many vegans are dietary vegans - in other words they like the idea of a Plant based diet. If you like the idea of a plant based diet it doesn’t preclude you from enjoying the taste of meat, so this is a compromise. Not every vegan is repulsed by the idea of meat.


Do you think "dietary vegans" are the only vegans who eat imitation meat?
AndersJ16/03/2020 07:26

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As disturbing as your comment is, I think you are missing the point. They are against animals being used for food, not what food tastes like.
Thanks OP. I will give it a go at that price. Always been put off due to the ridiculous original price.

My daughter is Vegan and she doesn’t believe In eating meat substitutes but i personally love the taste of meat and so find it hard to take her point if view. Problem is that this product probably isn’t that healthy and isn’t I suspect isn’t environmentally sound either.
cooliusxp16/03/2020 07:36

As disturbing as your comment is, I think you are missing the point. They …As disturbing as your comment is, I think you are missing the point. They are against animals being used for food, not what food tastes like.


It was an extreme example, not disputing that.
It was to highlight the illogicality of not wanting to eat because you think it's abhorrent, then doing everything you can to imitate it. Including the look and feel
Edited by: "AndersJ" 16th Mar
AndersJ16/03/2020 07:35

Do you think "dietary vegans" are the only vegans who eat imitation meat?


I don’t think that changes the point. If an ethical vegan still likes the taste of meat then they still like the taste of meat: it’s still arguably better than just giving in to temptation and scoffing a steak. Just because you have an ethical standpoint on something doesn’t mean that you didn’t previously enjoy a bacon sandwich and don’t still enjoy one now.
AndersJ16/03/2020 07:26

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I’m sure many vegans may have once been meat eaters, and enjoyed it, but their consciences may now have got the better of them. I’m a little worried about your thoughts on a comparison though.
AndersJ16/03/2020 07:38

It was an extreme example, not disputing that. It was to highlight the …It was an extreme example, not disputing that. It was to highlight the illogicality of not wanting to eat because you think it's abhorrent, then doing everything you can to imitate it. Including the look and feel


This is clearly not aimed at the sort of activist vegans who think all meat is "abhorrent", they would never go to some where like Burger King no matter what they sold. It is designed more for regular people who enjoy fast food but would rather their food wasn't made from dead cows, whether they are vegan, vegetarian or just cutting down on their meat intake.

For what it's worth I went to burger King a couple of times recently and there were more orders for this than the regular whopper so they are clearly doing something right.
Heat added, much better than the free fries offer - shame it isn't vegan or at least vegetarian (yet)!
Chanchi3216/03/2020 00:22

the plant based whopper? as far as am aware the only deal there has been …the plant based whopper? as far as am aware the only deal there has been previously was plant based whopper and fries for £4.49 on Monday's.


This is a new offer
BiggyBalboa16/03/2020 07:10

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I've recently become vegetarian, I used to enjoy burgers more than any meat product, but didn't agree with the effect over consumption of meat was having on the planet. Non-meat alternatives are becoming very good, and typically a lot healthier. That isn't hypocritical...
Human population has boomed, the planet can't sustain it if we don't live a little more sustainably, that includes our species meat consumption. We may be biological omnivores, but we've the ability to easily and healthily survive without meat products.

I didn't jump open this post to preach the merits of eating less meat. But I don't understand why you're here calling out people who choose to eat less meat when it doesn't affect you?

Given it some heat.
mystrd16/03/2020 00:18

Nah, it’s always £1.99 via the app on Mondays


Rebel Mondays was the free fries with purchase of a Rebel Whopper. This is the first time the Rebel Whopper has been £1.99.
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 16th Mar
cooliusxp16/03/2020 07:44

This is clearly not aimed at the sort of activist vegans who think all …This is clearly not aimed at the sort of activist vegans who think all meat is "abhorrent", they would never go to some where like Burger King no matter what they sold. It is designed more for regular people who enjoy fast food but would rather their food wasn't made from dead cows, whether they are vegan, vegetarian or just cutting down on their meat intake.For what it's worth I went to burger King a couple of times recently and there were more orders for this than the regular whopper so they are clearly doing something right.


They may have been selling more. Short term novelty effect
hisqwertyness16/03/2020 07:40

I’m sure many vegans may have once been meat eaters, and enjoyed it, but t …I’m sure many vegans may have once been meat eaters, and enjoyed it, but their consciences may now have got the better of them. I’m a little worried about your thoughts on a comparison though.


Extreme examples highlight hypocrisy best imo
TechnoDonkey16/03/2020 07:17

It’s designed for the dietary vegan rather than the ethical vegan. If t …It’s designed for the dietary vegan rather than the ethical vegan. If there are some carbon traces of meat transferred to this burger then many dietary vegans would be fine with this, as it still validates and promotes the plant based diet. Any residual animal traces transferred to the food were incidental and not critical to the production of the meal. I don’t know any ethical vegans who would go to Burger King even if they did isolate everything just for one burger, so from BK’s standpoint it would be a total waste of money. This is a valiant compromise.


Excellent explanation
AndersJ16/03/2020 07:45

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I think the mistake you’re making is to say ‘they’re lecturing us’: you’re creating a vegan straw man here because if we assume that the greater number of vegans are *not* ethical vegans (in other words, just typical dietary trend followers), these vegans are not going to be the sort of vegans who lecture people about a bacon sandwich: that sort of vegan wouldn’t be going to Burger King and almost certainly wouldn’t be eating fake bacon.

Having said that, even if they did secretly eat fake bacon it doesn’t change the fact that it’s a good thing to reduce the amount of animal slaughter in the world. I say this as a ravenous carnivore.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 16th Mar
Jameseh16/03/2020 01:53

Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given th …Can’t understand why they launched a vegan burger that isn’t vegan given the cooking equipment. At least KFC only ballsed up the fries


Even worse, they’ve launched two meat-free burgers... for meat eaters. There’s the halloumi burger too.

I can’t understand why they’re excluding their target demographic and reducing demand for them either.
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