Hamilton’s mind blowing plant-based fried ‘chicken’ joint is lowering its burger prices for the holidays


Published December 2, 2021 at 4:28 pm

Whether churning out hundreds of pieces of fried “chicken” from within the cozy confines of the Hamilton Farmer’s Market or trying to herd long lineups of hungry herbivores at a Toronto vegan food festival, Bring Me Some has quickly changed the way many think about plant-based food.

From now until Dec. 31, you can get their mind blowing chickun burgers at a discount.

All burgers will be $9.99 — even its highly coveted Damn Gurl, Yous a Pineapple. On average it’s a little more than a 20 per cent discount until the new year. The offer is only available in-store and for pickup.

Bring Me Some is the brainchild of Celina Masoudi and Kerry Sobers. The young couple set out to serve plant-based comfort food.

“Kerry wanted to stay away from seitan because that’s what everyone else seems to be using and the texture doesn’t really work for us,” said Celina.


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Seitan is wheat gluten and it’s used in most faux meat foods due to its versatility and meat-like texture. However, seitan can get soggy due to how absorbent it is.

“Kerry spent months and months coming up with a chicken substitute and while we can’t give away all of our secrets, I can tell you that we use soy and pea protein as the base.”

Bring Me Some also offers chickun tendies, vegan fried “shrimp,” poutine, fries, and biscuits.


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