They were, no exaggeration, incredible. What I discovered from having the impossible burger was that, unlike traditional veggie burgers, you have to cook them like you're cooking meat. They need a browned outside crust, but you mustn't over cook them. Because like meat, they will stay tender and juicy inside when done properly.
It made grease in the pan. It smelled similar to a burger as it cooked.
I went through several napkins joyously consuming it.
I kept mine vegan and simple as to enjoy all the mind boggling brilliance of the patty itself. Red onion, jalapeno, some fresh parsley and a little hummus on the top bun to hold everything in place.
I took several photos to show the texture and the juiciness. If you click on the closeup to enlarge it, you can see how its juices readily oozed.
As someone who never really missed meat, it's just a really fun concept to think that actual meat can be replicated. Perhaps changing the way meat devotees eat in the future.
I was not compensated in any way for this review. I just wrote it because this is a really wondrous product that has made huge strides in dismantling the cruel meat industry.