I made those sweet potato fries. And the pickle. See the burger? I made that too. Eat up!
Cook once, eat burgers for days.
Recipe for your own burger
Here's the basics, but you can alter, add, or amend whatever you'd like.
First, take a small red onion, chop it up fine, and fry it up in some oil. I like adding something sweet, like a little maple syrup, to help caramelize the onions (but wait for the onions to brown some before you do this, if you dare). While that's gettin' good, mash up a can of black beans in a separate bowl with a fork or spoon or whatever you like to mash stuff with. Throw some minced garlic in with the onion for a couple minutes. Then, toss the onions and garlic in the bowl with the beans, add a tablespoon of sunflower seeds, a half cup of oatmeal (ground or not), and some salt and whatever herbs and whatnots you want to include. Turn that into a patty. If it's too dry, add some water (or soy sauce). Too wet, add some more oats. Toss those patties in an oiled pan, and fry 'em up. Keep in mind, you can add anything you want: grated carrots, zucchini, flax, nutritional yeast, liquid smoke, cacao powder, or coffee for all I care.
Working Class Vegan Man
Vegan guy who likes sports, beer, and eating healthy.
He's no dummy either. He's got 3 degrees, including a master of arts in international relations. Formerly head grillbilly for the Nashville Sounds minor league baseball team (and formerly 50 lbs heavier), he's on a mission to de-sissify eating healthy.