We told you that PETA named Lambeau Field one of the most vegetarian-friendly stadiums in the NFL, last month. This coming from the land of fried cheese curds, beer brats and artery-clogging goodness was a bit surprising, if not completely inexplicable.
Well, now Lambeau has made another list – best football stadium food by Woman’s Day.
Yeah, I don’t know what the hell Woman’s Day was doing at Lambeau Field, either. Shouldn’t they be figuring out what time my dinner should be ready or how often to clean my house?
Anyway, there it is again – the amalgamation of vegetable food stuff and ungodliness, the vegetarian brat.
I’m all about having options and free will, but why any self-respecting Green Bay Packers’ fan would be compelled to eat this thing is beyond me.
Perhaps I could offer you a non-alcoholic beer to go with your vegetarian brat?
If anyone has had the vegetarian brat, please let us know about your experience.
you bought one of those???? you got a pic of it, so you must have had one at the game on Monday night… you are a fruit cup… :)
Are they made from real Vegetarians?
Mock ’em all you want, but they taste damn good! Just not like a brat.
You don’t have to eat meat to be a packer fan. I never cared for the meat version of brats back when I ate meat, and I was THRILLED to find the veggie brats at Lambeau. They sell them outside of sections 122 and 121, I believe. Topped with some kraut and spicy mustard, they are awesome. I just want to know the brand they use so I can have them all summer.
You sound not only like a chauvanist pig, but an idiot as well.
You can love sports and still be a vegetarian or vegan. Trust me, I know from personal experience.
You are a disgrace to Packers fans.
Perhaps, but at least I’m not a cunt.
Had two years ago-fabulous. Could not find yesterday but definetly looking next time.
I’ve been a die-hard Packers fan for 20+ years, and a devout vegetarian for 15 years. I made my first trip to Lambeau this year (traveled 2000+ miles) for a game and was pleasantly surprised to be able to have a veggie brat with my beer(s). I assumed in the carnivorous state of WI that I would most likely be eating a pretzel for lunch at the stadium that day. The brat was very tasty with some nice spices, good texture (not sawdust-like, the way some veggie products are), and decent kraut. It made my day, to be honest. Just one more reason to love the Pack!