There are not a lot of In-N-Out vegan options, but this post will guide you through the ones there are.
In-N-Out is a fast food restaurant on the west side of the United States that was started in California. They serve burgers, french fries, milkshakes, and soda.
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Before I was vegan I loved getting the grilled cheese, fries, and a chocolate shake. Then I went vegan and I didn’t know what to get here anymore.
They don’t have a veggie patty or vegan burgers, like an impossible burger or beyond meat, but I have found that they do have a couple of vegan options on their menu.
1. French Fries
In-N-Out’s fries are cooked in sunflower oil and no meat products go into the fryer. I have always loved how fresh and perfect their french fries are! They’re my favorite fast food fries.
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2. Veggie with modifications
If you just order a veggie, it will not be vegan. You can make some changes for it to be vegan though. I make it so it’s just tomato and onion wrapped in lettuce.
This can be a little tricky to order, so I always check that it was made right. It used to never be made correctly, but I finally figured out the best way to order it and now it’s almost always right.
Here’s what you’ll order- a veggie with no spread, add onion, and protein style.
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Their spread sauce has dairy and eggs in it. Protein style means that it will be wrapped in lettuce instead of being put on a bun. I previously heard from Peta2 that the bun has casein it, but I have not been able to confirm this. I stay away from the bun just to be safe.
You can add ketchup and/or mustard to your fries and your modified veggie.
Hopefully one day In-N-Out will come out with more plant based options for us vegans, like a veggie burger.