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Lekka Burger

Plant-based burgers get a bad rap.

Too much salt. Too much fat. Too much like meat. Too much like cardboard. Sometimes I like them. Sometimes I don't.

Lekka burgers are really good, and good for you.

No soy. No gluten. No chemicals. No GMOs. Portobello mushrooms, beans, spices. Just fourteen common ingredients, only 167 calories and 6g of fiber.

Amanda Cohen, chef and owner of Dirt Candy in NYC based the Lekka Burger on a 900-year-old recipe.

Andrea Kerzner started Lekka Burger to overcome the damage and negative carbon footprint created by the cattle and dairy industries.

If you’re near NYC, visit Lekka Burger in person. If not, go to and get them shipped right to your door.

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