If people like eating meat, then they should just say "I like eating meat, and that's why I eat it," instead of finding elaborate ways to object to a Boca burger's manufacturing.
Well I've never heard of Boca burgers (wrong country, or else I've not looked in the right places) but I wouldn't buy & eat the Oz equivalent either.
I assume they're vegetarian?
I still prepare & eat a lot of vegetarian food these days. You'd have to be a rather lazy, uninspired vegetarian to choose processed burgers as a regular part of your diet. A commitment to vegetarianism would usually involve a commitment to learn to cook healthy & interesting vegetarian food, wouldn't it? (if a person is committed in a long haul sense .... otherwise you'd get bored with your diet pretty quickly) And that involves a lot more work, prior planning (soaking beans, etc), researching new recipes, learning about flavourings like herbs & spices, etc ....
Or that was my experience, anyway .. a lot more effort involved than "meat & two veg" dinners.
I'm turned off by both
the vegetarian & meat processing methods in those photographs. I'd actually prefer a throbbing steak
(which I don't like much) to food that's processed in that way.
And there's the expense
, too. Good vegetarian ingredients are considerably less expensive to purchase than meat (say nothing of healthier & tastier than processed meat & vegetarian products)
there's the added bonus of eliminating any "mystery ingredients" in both
meat-based or vegetarian processed foods!