1x Rebel Whopper Burger (Plant Based) & 1x Whopper Beef Burger $8.95 @ Hungry Jack's (Mobile App)

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Rebel Whopper
Meat Free
"100% Burger 0% Beef"
Normal Price $7

Whopper
Normal Whopper
Normal Price $7

Price
7+7=14
14-8.95=5.05
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$5.05

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3. Press on the coupons sections
It should Appear below $2 Medium Thickshake

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Comments

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    Its available in the app now for me.

  • +4 votes

    It's so you can try there rebel and the beef at the same time and see which is better.

    • +4 votes

      Or a vegan will have to bring a non-vegan friend. Haha.

      • +1 vote

        Rebel Whopper isn't Vegan though

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          Which part isn't?

          I'm looking at the flyer and HJs are also advertising vegan cheeseburgers.

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            @Ge3ks: I think this is referring to the news about these burgers cooked on the same grills as the meat and so might contain some meat juice.

          • +29 votes

            @Ge3ks: Rebel Whopper isn't vegan. Just the patty is vegan/made from plants. It still contains cheese and mayo with dairy in it, it's also prepared on the same grill as the beef. "With a patty made from plants, it’s flame-grilled on the same broiler as our Whopper® to give that smoky BBQ taste."

            Vegan Cheeseburger is vegan. The cheese and mayo in it is a vegan alternative, no dairy (plant-based vegan cheese and mayo).

            Rebel
            Vegan

            Rebel whopper is targeted more towards meat eaters who want to try a plant based burger. Or maybe vegetarians/vegans who don't mind eating from the same grill.

            Vegan Cheeseburger is targeted more towards people who are vegan, vegetarian or even lactose free having want cheese with no dairy in it or can't eat the meat from HJ's for religious or other reasons.

            It is somewhat confusing, Domino's do a similar thing with plant based meat pizzas that still contain cheese etc. But have a more expensive vegan alternative. However when you first read 'plant based meat' pizza you would think that it's vegan.

            • +2 votes

              @hamza23: Great info, thank you hamza, and thank you jayel.

            • +6 votes

              @hamza23: Rebel Whooper doesn't have cheese, same as a normal Whooper doesn't have cheese, the Mayo also does not contain dairy but does contain egg. Removing mayo would make the burger vegan* depending on your stance on what constitutes vegan, for me I guess I call myself an almost vegan, occasionally I will have honey, something that contains small amounts of dairy (Such as many brands of bread) and I will have egg mayo on a burger but would only buy vegan mayo at home. SO for me I have no issue with the burger being cooked on the same broiler as a piece of meat. Some vegans would not be okay with this, but most people I know who are vegan are not militant about it and would not care. Oh and I love the Rebel Whooper!

              • -1 vote

                @soundsdifferent: Whoop Whoop!

              • +1 vote

                @soundsdifferent: Oops thanks for the correction, I was thinking of the Rebel Whopper Cheese. Forgot there was a normal one without cheese.

                Yep should have said 'cheese and mayo with dairy and egg in it'.

              • +6 votes

                @soundsdifferent: I don't care about it being cooked on the same grill because it doesn't increase demand for animal products. I haven't personally met a vegan who does but I've seen some around on forums. You can switch out the mayo for vegan mayo and add vegan cheese, it didn't seem to add to the cost of the rebel whopper with cheese. I struggled with it the first time because they kept hearing bacon instead of vegan, but we got there. The cheese isn't great so I would normally get it without as I used to with the whopper anyway, the mayo's okay and makes it a little less dry. Overall I don't mind it, I'm glad that they have it and I'll probably eat one occasionally.

                • -1 vote

                  @Miss B: I won't eat stuff cooked on the same grill as animal bodies or their secretions - that's my personal choice based on aesthetics and taste. Others may not want it for their own reasons. But people saying it ain't vegan have no idea what they're talking about.

                  Not exploiting animals = vegan. Veganism has nothing to do with personal purity. It's amazing how nonvegans try to push this angle.

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                    @thevofa: Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals.

                • +3 votes

                  @Miss B: Normally I'm the same as you Miss B. Who cares if my burger accidentally soaks up some meat juices. I'm not allergic to meat, all I care about is my money isn't going towards the demand for meat/encouraging the business to produce meat. However, HJ's are specifically saying "we cook the Rebel pattie on the same grill as our whopper TO soak up juices and give it the same taste of meat" - I.e. If there was no meat being cooked, there would be no rebel whopper. I don't know how I feel about that.

                  As always, I want to support businesses when they try to bring in vegan products because it's a step in the right direction. I'll probably still try this burger (veganised) but I'm still not sure how I feel about it.

                  • +1 vote

                    @TheGiantTomato: "it’s flame-grilled on the same broiler as our Whopper® to give that smoky BBQ taste"

                    What they're saying is that they flame-grill it to give it the same flavour. What they actually do to give it its flavour is put smoke flavouring in the patty.

            • +2 votes

              @hamza23: I just remove the mayo, add their vegan mayo, and don't buy the cheese one. It's easy to make vegan.

              Eating from the same grill is a meme.

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                @vindictus: As a non-vegan though it's understandably confusing, so many people have very different restrictions on what they eat for religious/dietary/ethical reasons it's easier to just let them say what's up if we are eating together.

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                @vindictus: Is it extra to add vegan mayo?

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                @vindictus: The rebel whopper is cooked on the same grill as the meat.

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                  @mantez:

                  The rebel whopper is cooked on the same grill as the meat.

                  I share this planet with idiots. What should I do?

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                  @mantez: So is everything I make in my house because I share living space with omni's, and also probably a heap of stuff I buy because it's "made on the same production line as/in close proximity to animal products". The important consideration for me is whether I'm directly supporting animal deaths/cruelty, which I'm not by buying a mayo/cheese free plant burger.

                  If other vegans don't agree, fine, there's always the vegan cheeseburger which I also get on occasion.

  • +3 votes

    Same as last month's deal + $0.50.

    Can also see it in the offers section of the app now, updated deal start date.

  • +4 votes

    If unfamiliar with this food item:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V4-ul5iMYm4

  • +3 votes

    Nice to see options for families with some non-meat eaters and some meat eaters.

  • -2 votes

    yeah nah

  • +1 vote

    Wasn't too bad, not really keen on the fake meat flavouring in it , just makes it taste like BBQ flavoured crisps

  • +1 vote

    I am a goo man

  • +7 votes

    As a meat eater, the rebel whopper is surprisingly pretty good. Enjoyed it more than the Vegan burger.

    • +1 vote

      Vegan one was pretty bad IMHO. Rebel was passable.

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        It's just a veggie patty packed with carbs and fat. If it had animal products in it, people would love it.

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      It tastes close to a regular Whopper. Just that the texture will be a bit off.

      If HJ allows the burger to be in all the meals that Whopper can normally be in, like their family pack or hungry tamer, I think people will call it the second coming of jesus to save us in our environmental crisis haha.

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    whens the expiry date?

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    You have to get both?

  • +1 vote

    It tasted kind of burnt when I had it from few places.

  • +1 vote

    Rebel Whopper still has 38g fat, 8g sugar, and 1150mg sodium. Not good.

    • +2 votes

      You must be aware that all food in existence is protein, carbs(sugar is a carb) and fat. The rebel also contains 26 grams of protein. So you're saying that basically 2/3rds of all food energy is 'not good'.

      Care to explain exactly why?

    • +5 votes

      I don't think people aren't eating the Rebel Whopper to be healthy… rather, vegetarians/vegans can now indulge in the junk food lifestyle like everyone else!

      • -2 votes

        I think it's a shame, they could have easily made it a lot healthier while still making a nice burger.

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        It is environmentally aware. No cow involved in it. Hindus can now indulge in a Whopper too. Personally i would prefer one of the old vegetable pattie whoppers if i was not going to eat meat.

    • +2 votes

      What's the fat, sugar, and sodium content of a regular whopper?

      I didn't realise people ordered HJ's thinking it was healthy! It's fast food, made to be an unhealthy treat every now and then.

      • -1 vote

        'Unhealthy' has been overused to the point of uselessness now. People are suffering not from effects of malnutrition but just overweight and obesity. Thats a product of eating too much - not a problem with the food itself.

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          not a problem with the food itself.

          haha
          so as long as you don't exceed your daily calorie limit you think it's fine to eat HJ for all your meals? ;)

          btw: you can be 'not fat' and still be in poor health as a result of a crappy diet.

          anyway, it seems most people understand this is not healthy, which is fair enough. They know they are eating junk food, but just not eating meat.

  • +8 votes

    Ozbargain does attract very reasonable people.
    I'd expect a lot of vegan bashing in the comments typically, but not here. Very refreshing.

    • -7 votes

      Actual issue is that vegans want to spread their beliefs like a religion annoys others. Which they don't seems to notice.

      • +1 vote

        At this point, I feel it's the other way around. Vegans wants more product, and people just complain, like "get your whipper-no-snapper diet out of my lawn!"

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          Seriously, ever go out with a vegan before? You eating meat, you making me sick, yuck! how could you?
          I don't care what you eat, I don't care Mac don't have viruses, just let me do what I want.

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            @boomramada: I'm around alot of vegans buddy. I'm a vegetarian who eats meat socially, so that people don't need to go out of their way to order stuff specifically for me. Many of us are like that.

            You only know about the bad apples because we don't bother to care about your business.

            Plus, you know, they do have a valid point, despite the poor delivery.

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              @Wonderfool:

              Plus, you know, they do have a valid point

              See, you still trying to sell your cause.
              I like my meat, I like my vegetables, I like my PC. I don't care about the point been valid or not. I made my decision based on my beliefs.

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                @boomramada: I'm not selling you anything. I'm not asking you just change your belief.

                I'm just defending my more rowdy brethrens. I'm asking you to understand that our concerns are real, and to not fault them for having their belief, and that they're proud of it.

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              @Wonderfool: no one gives a shit about their “valid point”

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                @Freestyle: Even when there's huge benefits from it? For you personal health, for the environment, for your wallet and a slew of other benefits?

                I mean, if you don't care after you heard their points, fair enough. If you find that they are poor at convincing you about it, also fair enough.

                But I really find it hard to believe that people don't care after they realise how much benefit they get just from even a partial diet change. But you know, people just get defensive.

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                  @Wonderfool: Yeah no one dies by eating meat

                  also just because I eat meat doesnt mean thats the only thing I eat

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                    @Freestyle: You'll be very surprised. From personal health issues to massive resource inefficency + emissions from agriculture, it's doing more harm than you think.

                    And no one is suggesting that. I am saying however that most people don't see the benefit of just decreasing meat intake in general.

  •  

    Tastes good. Texture is a bit off but generally better than the texture in most plant based burgers.

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    Rebel burger tastes like ass.

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    I downloaded the app but I am not seeing these vouchers (been refreshing since yesterday). I took the paper into the store and they didn't want to give me this deal. The app doesnt seem to work for me!

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      Same here, I even got an email about the offer.

      ETA: created a new account and used email signup this time (instead of Facebook), have the offer in my new account now, took about 20 minutes.

  • +1 vote

    The taste is alright, but you can definitely tell that it's heavily artificially flavoured? I took one bite off hubs burger and the 'smoky bacony' aftertaste lingered for a really long time. Bit dry, needs to be more heavy handed on the sauce

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    Yay! Now vegetarians can be unhealthy too :D

    Had one of these the other day, tasted vaguely of bacon - an odd flavour I remember for some reason from my primary school canteen. Not very good.

  • -2 votes

    don't recommend that vegan burger. It tastes werid and un-natural

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    I prefered the Rebel Whopper over regular Whopper, way better spices/seasonings it makes the regular whoppper taste bland. Also prefered the texture of it.

    I almost never eat Hungry Jack's though, I'll probably occasionally eat the Rebel as a treat.

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