Veggie Burger Biteability

Biteability is the term we use to describe the relationship between the structural integrity and texture of a veggie burger. The ability of the burger to hold it's own and not fall part upon the bite, while still retaining moisture.

Rating scale:

0- No biteability, very mushy and falls apart when cooking (if grilling or stovetop).
1- Some structure but still pretty mushy.
2- Firm on the outside but mushy inside.
3- More structure and density, still comes apart when biting. 
4- Dense throughout, getting there but not there yet.
5- Lots of biteability, patty is firm but moist, stays together when cooking and upon the bite.

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