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Burger King's New Red Burger in Japan
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Posted 6/18/15
Still a burger. I'd eat it.
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Posted 6/18/15
Next burger will be one with green buns, coloured by spinach.
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suiton20 wrote:

I'll try anything once


How you doin' top or bottom?
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Posted 6/18/15 , edited 6/18/15
Japan should make 'em in all colors of the rainbow....

I'd probably eat it, I hate raw tomatoes unless they're sundried, but tomato powder flavored bun sounds interesting...
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Marrionette3 wrote:

It's basically just food coloring with a little pizazz to taste, isn't it?


Apparently it's colored with tomato powder, so not with food coloring. That's a plus in my world. But anywho, would definitely try it.
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Too bad Japan gets all these crazy ideas and nowhere else.
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my thought exactly
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damn
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If it was anyone else but Burger King, I'd try it, at least.

They've been notorious for selling cold burgers and fries.... at least every one of them that I've been to.
I haven't been to a Burger King in four or five years where the food was actually warm.
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I wouldn't mind tasting it.
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Posted 6/19/15 , edited 6/19/15

masked185 wrote:


Marrionette3 wrote:

It's basically just food coloring with a little pizazz to taste, isn't it?


Apparently it's colored with tomato powder, so not with food coloring. That's a plus in my world. But anywho, would definitely try it.


Hence the "pizazz to taste". I'm aware it's tomato powder. I never said it is food coloring, just like it. It's not that outrageous of a concept, because the tomato powder works the same as any other flavored food coloring. Just one is made from tomatoes.

Though it may work better than a flavored red food coloring, as many people are allergic to red food dyes.
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Posted 6/19/15

Marrionette3

Hence the "pizazz to taste". I'm aware it's tomato powder. I never said it is food coloring, just like it. It's not that outrageous of a concept, because the tomato powder works the same as any other flavored food coloring. Just one is made from tomatoes.

Though it may work better than a flavored red food coloring, as many people are allergic to red food dyes.


LOL, you did actually say "food coloring" and even just quoted yourself saying it. Regardless, I see what you meant to say.

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Squid ink is actually very tasty to me. I can drink straight squid ink if it's fresh. If it's used to color a burger, there wouldn't be much flavor, I think. As for charcoal, I've had it in a Japanese pizza crust made with rice flour. There's no taste at all, it's just black. It was a delicious soft crust, though.

I'd probably buy this just to check it out. The giant patty that sticks out attracts me more than the red color.
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Posted 6/19/15

RedExodus wrote:

...The burgers are blushing now?


*Senpai, eat me*

I'd probably try it out.....though I admit it doesn't look that appetizing
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