The world’s first hamburger made from scratch in a single-use, self-serve process was unveiled in New York City last week.
The buns have been served in bodegas and restaurants across the city since January, and customers have shared their stories of making the burgers.
The burger is the latest in a line of new and innovative hamburger options that have opened up to the public in recent months.
These burgers, called traeger, are made from a blend of ground beef and milk and are also made with a mix of fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, and spices.
Traeger burgers are available for a low price of $4.99 per bun.
The bun also contains a variety of fruits and vegetables that help make up the buns base.
The food can be eaten as a sandwich, or in a salad or on top of a burger, the company says.
Traegers bun has been available for several months at restaurants like New York’s Hooters, and in some locations it is also available in select fast food chains like McDonalds.
Some diners also can buy the burger in bulk, and the company plans to expand the offerings over time.
The burgers can be purchased in the burger aisle of Hooters in New Jersey, and they can also be ordered online through the company’s website.
The burgers come in a variety types including a “hot dog” bun, “fries” bun with mustard and tomatoes, and “steak” bun.
For $1.99, you can get a “bun” that is a mix between the three bun types, or a mix-and-match of each bun.
The buns can also come in multiple flavors, like “hot cheese” and “bacon.”
It is also possible to customize the bun by adding toppings such as mayonnaise, bacon, or lettuce.
Traeeds buns are currently available in more than 100 locations across the country, and will soon be available in New England and California.