This is the type of thing that bothers me about “healthy living” type of people. They go out of their way to “dog” people for things like smoking, drinking, and…..of course eating fried foods and fast food. They claim there is a huge risk in doing these things that can potentially lead to health issues. I’m completely fine with people feeling that way. If you don’t partake, you don’t partake right? To each its own. But when you dog people for doing something, then go out of your way to do the same thing…with a healthy twist, I can’t help but to wonder who really has the issues?

KFC is now considering rolling out vegetarian fried chicken. Yup, you read that right. Two words that seem like they should never even be spoken in the same sentence are about to be combined by KFC. (Vegetarian/Chicken)

KFC has announced that it was testing a chicken-like vegetarian option in the UK. The food site Delish (@delish) reports, KFC is expected to use its famous signature recipe of 11 herbs and spices in the veg dish.

“Development of the recipe is still in its very early stages, and so the options we’re exploring in our kitchen are still top secret. Once we’ve perfected the recipe, we aim to test with customers this year, and if all goes well, we hope to launch a new vegetarian option in 2019.” A KFC spokesman said in a statement to the site Foodbeast.



In UK, they’re probably going to call this “The Great Chicken Crisis” of 2018. Probably not, but if this was happening in the USA, we’d probably be in a total panic right about now. I know I would. ABC News (@ABCNews) reports, Kentucky Fried Chicken has closed hundreds of locations in the UK and Ireland on Monday night after its shops ran out of chicken following delivery problems.




KFC switched its delivery contract to German shipping company DHL, which had promised to “set a new standard” after winning the huge contract with the chicken giant. On Monday, 575 KFC restaurants were closed. Stores had initially run out of chicken over the weekend.




“Due to administrative issues, a number of deliveries have been incomplete or delayed. We are doing our utmost to rectify the situation as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.” a DHL spokesperson said.