SouEvery fast food chain has its reliable fan favorites. But when they introduce new items, they can sometimes get into trouble. Customers saw all sorts of new menu options roll out in 2020, and while some were good, the following very much were not.
In September 2020, Buffalo Wild Wings released its cauliflower wings as part of a larger menu revamp.
These particular cauliflower wings came topped with the sauce of your choosing as well as Everything Pretzel spice, sesame, garlic, salt, two types of pepper, and green onions. While you might assume the cauliflower wings are a decent option for diners looking for healthier options or vegetarians who would otherwise be struggling to find good options on the Buffalo Wild Wings menu, that’s actually not the case. All of the chain’s fried items are fried in beef shortening, meaning that these cauliflower wings aren’t vegan or even vegetarian. Furthermore, a small serving of the cauliflower wings is 440 calories, which is more than the number of calories in a six-count of traditional wings.
But beyond all this potential deception, how do they actually taste? If you’re looking for a satisfying wing experience, you might as well just stick to the real deal.
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