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The Vegan Double Down Wins My Heart Without Killing It

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The online world recently had a preemptive heart attack over KFC’s announcement that they were moving ahead with their Frankenstein creation: The Double Down. Basically, it’s a whole bunch of cheese and bacon stuck between two pieces of fried chicken and laughingly called a ‘sandwich’.

The fine folks over at Vegansaurus have put together their own version of the double-down — but with some decidedly animal-friendly ingredients.

“As vegans, we’re of course bound by blood oath to be outraged by meat surrounded by meat and drizzled in dairy, especially when mass-produced by a megacorp dedicated to poisoning as many people worldwide as possible. But sometimes something is just too ridiculous to hate, and like a game of culinary marry-f**k-kill, we saw the Double Down and chose ‘f**k.'”

The site then proceeds to take you through all of the ingredients and full recipe for re-creating the vegan double-down.

“You will eat about half of this before realizing what a mistake it’s been. But until that moment, it will taste like sweet, deep-fried heaven.”

Well done, friends. Well done. Check out the vegan double-down here for all the details!

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