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This is what a veggie burger would look like if its mother had been impregnated by an 18-wheeler. It's enormous, with over-the-top dimensions that put most of its meat-based analogues to shame. It's priced accordingly: You'll pay a $17 for the honor of attempting to eat the whole thing without disabling your lower intestine. Is it worth it? We say yes, for the simple reason that the thing matches quantity with quality. The patty, made in part from black beans, beets, prunes, and brown rice, is flawless, while the melted Swiss cheese and Worcestershire sauce that crown it serve to emphasize its savory attributes. It's the one burger we tried that earned the observation commonly attributed to Jewish food: It's great, but you'll be hungry 72 hours later.
Source: The Village Voice
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