Arby's Is Making A 'Meat Carrot' As A Middle Finger To The Plant-Based Meat Industry
Arby's has finally added their two cents to the conversation. Instead of making meat out of vegetables, however, they're making vegetables out of meat as a middle finger to those trying to do the exact opposite.
The meat peddler's latest innovation is the Marrot, a "carrot" made entirely out of turkey. To get the desired shape and color, Arby's wrapped turkey breast segments in cheesecloth, cooked them sous vide for an hour, rolled them in carrot powder, then roasted them for another hour, adding sprigs of parsley to give them that full carrot look.
By doing this, Arby's claims they're "taking a hardline stance as the champion of meats," according to a press release, while showing that if plants can act as meat, meat can do just the same back to it.
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