We tried Shark Tank approved vegan brand Everything Legendary Burgers and give a full review and taste test video!
We recently learned about an up and coming new vegan burger brand that’s Shark Tank approved. Today we are giving you a vegan Everything Legendary Burgers Review. Plus, we have a taste test video that you’ll want to check out too!
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How did you hear about Everything Legendary Burgers?
We initially heard about Everything Legendary burgers via VegNews. Around the same time, every major vegan news site also published about these vegan burgers because the team secured a deal with Mark Cuban on the show Shark Tank.
In fact, they secured a $300,000 deal for 22% of their company.
How did Everything Legendary get started?
From our research, the company started producing products because of their mother’s health. She went plant based for help her health, but her children weren’t fans of the ingredients inside of some of the plant based meats on the market. Thus, Everything Legendary was born.
Do you have a discount code to use for vegan Everything Legendary burgers?
We reached out to Everything Legendary for a discount code, but they did not respond to our messages or email.
What flavor burgers are available for purchase?
Currently Everything Legendary is only offer their regular seasoned burgers in an 8 or 16 pack. Their website does say that they plan to launch a ground crumble soon as well.
Additionally, when researching, we learned that previously they offered vegan cheese stuffed burgers, but that is no longer on their website.
Hopefully, as they begin to work more with their investment they continue to bring back their older products and continue to bring in more new things as well.
Are Everything Legendary burgers Top 8 Allergen Free?
They are not. These vegan burgers contain coconut. They are free from other allergens according to their website.
What are the ingredients in Everything Legendary burgers?
According to the Everything Legendary website, the ingredients in their vegan burgers are:
Water, Pea Protein, Expeller-Pressed Coconut Oil, Canola Oil, Seasoning Blend (Potato Starch, Nutritional Yeast, Garlic Powder, Garlic Salt, Hemp Protein Powder, Cultured Dextrose, Beet Powder (Color), Spices, Basil, Lemon Oil), Pepper Sauce (Cane Vinegar, Onions, Sugar, Tomato Paste, Sea Salt, Peppers, Raisins, Ginger, Mango Concentrate, Cloves, Thyme, Garlic, Black Pepper, Orange Peel),Vegetable Broth (Yeast Extract, Water, Salt, Vegetable Juice (onion, celeriac), Organic Cane Sugar, Canola Oil, Natural Flavor, Organic Molasses, Organic Caramel Color, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Xanthan Gum), Contains less than 2% of Apple Cider Vinegar, Methylcellulose, Iron (Ferrous Sulfate), Natural Flavor.
Where can you buy Everything Legendary burgers?
They recently announced they would start having their burgers in Safeway, Giant, and Acme stores. Although, they would not be in all locations.
You can also buy their burgers on their website and have them shipped directly to your house.
How much do Everything Legendary burgers cost?
These burgers are $74.95 for an 8 pack ($9.36 per burger) and $119.95 for a 16 pack ($7.49 per burger).
Are Everything Legendary Burgers worth it?
We’ll be honest, that they are good burgers. We did differ a little in our opinions. Larisha would have liked some salt and pepper, whereas Andrew said it was good as is.
They both agreed that the cost is very expensive, but were hopeful that the cost would come down as they became more popular and got into more stores.
The burgers themselves looked nothing like the photos and they both commented that it looked like maybe they were flame broiled in the photos but the actual burgers remained pink in color when cooking.
It was nice that there wasn’t a lot of oil. Both Andrew and Larisha commented that it didn’t feel heavy and greasy when eating and they didn’t get an acid reflux feeling like some other plant based burgers. *Note, that after the video was over, Larisha did feel like this a little bit, but Andrew was fine.
Another thing that was nice was that the burgers were thick and larger than the bun which you don’t usually get with plant based burgers all the time.
The burgers were on the softer side and not as held together as other vegan burgers on the market. They compared it to being in the middle of the texture of a Beyond/Impossible burgers and a veggie burgers that’s soft.
Overall, they think it would be a nice once in a while burger and something everyone should try.
Make sure you watch the video for more!
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