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This is the cheapest way to taste the buzzy burger.

By Madison Flager
Impossible Foods

Ordering fast food when you don't eat meat can be tough. Ask for a cheeseburger hold the burger, and while you might expect a grilled cheese with fixings, you're likely to just get a slice of American on some bread. Not great. With the addition of the mega-popular Impossible Burger to White Castle menus, Modal Scarf Starlight by VIDA VIDA 9K8hBesx9
now have a much better drive-thru option.

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Starting today, White Castle is testing the "burger that bleeds" at 140 restaurants in New York, New Jersey, and the Chicago area. In a press release earlier this month, Impossible Foods teased the launch by saying they'd soon announce availability in "additional mainstream American restaurants." Enter White Castle.

It’s not easy raising all these fries. But it’s worth it.

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The chain, known best for its mini burgers, is considering adding the veggie burger to stores nationwide if the test goes well. For now, the Impossible Burger comes on their signature square bun with pickles, onions, and smoked cheddar (so it's not vegan, though the burger itself is).

While the Impossible Burger has been added to other restaurant menus, including TGI Fridays and Bareburger, this is its first time at a fast-food chain. The price point at White Castle is tough to beat, especially if you just want to give it a try. One slider retails for $1.99, and a combo (with two sliders, fries, and a drink) goes for $6.99. At Bareburger, though you're getting a bigger portion, an Impossible Burger costs $14.

Given the success of TGI Fridays' test, we wouldn't be surprised to see these sliders expand across the country soon.

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A ristotle famously began the Nicomachean Ethics with a declaration : “Every art and every investigation, and likewise every practical pursuit or undertaking, seems to aim at some good.” He contends that a “final good” must exist in order to surmount the difficulties that would arise from an endless regress of ‘good things.’ Aristotle concludes that“what is the highest of all goods that action can achieve…[is] Happiness.” In many respects, this ethical pronouncement provides the philosophical foundation for the utilitarianism advocated by Jeremy Bentham and, to some degree, John Stuart Mill. If the final end of human action, as Aristotle claimed, is “happiness,” it follows that the institution of a political state – a product of human action – also aims at happiness.

Under utilitarian philosophy, a “good” government is only “good” as long as its policies maximize happiness. The implications of this for fiscal policy are clear: Any evaluation of a government’sinterferenceinthe market ought to be assessed by whether such interference maximizes collective happiness. Moreover, utilitarians would contend that the emphasis on a free market for the sake of a free market compels governments to behave in ways directly contrary to happiness (or utility, as Bentham and Mill termed it).

At first glance, utilitarian thought may seem to direct state leaders to institute egalitarian policies and ensure that everyone has roughly the same income; however, this is not the case. Although the law of diminishing marginal utility on income provides a justification for redistribution in a limited capacity, utilitarians tend to recognize that economic liberties and competition are essential to increasing state wealth.

And yet, in their advocacy of economic liberties, utilitarians distinguish themselves from other schools of political thought by contending that market freedom is only good insofar as it promotes maximum public utility. Consequently, a utilitarian government can justly interfere in the market when such action promotes higher utility for all of society by preventing market-borne infringements on economic freedom and negative externalities.

Although it is difficult to define utility, it seems clear that economic growth and increased standards of living are essential goods that work toward the end of increasing collective happiness. As a result, utilitarians find Adam Smith’s classical liberal emphasis on economic freedom compelling because the vision of a free market that he advocated has raised the floor for the average quality of life.

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