The perfect alternative to Worcestershire that has
anchovies! This vegan sauce will spice up anything from veggie
burgers to veggie steaks – just put a splash on for a savory kick
to make your meals more interesting! Each 6.5 oz. bottle is
Ingredients: Water, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Molasses,
Organic Soy Sauce, Organic Sugar, Organic Tamarind, Sea Salt,
Inulin (Chicory root extract), Cornstarch (approved for organic
products), Xanthan Gum, Organic Clove Powder, Organic Garlic
Powder, Shallot Powder, Organic Chili Powder
From Anonymous of Poulsbo, Washington on 2/21/2013.
I could eat this with a spoon! It's fantastic!
From David of Squamish, British Columbia on 8/27/2010.
This is a great product if you can find it! I use it in a shepherd's pie recipe.
From Jessica Divine of DERBY, Kansas on 4/22/2010.
Fabulous taste. I tricked my fiance into using this instead of the Lea & Perrins in our fridge.
An excellent alternative!
From Marjorie Darby of Ajax, Ontario on 7/13/2009.
I fully admit to preferring the Lea & Perrins version of Worcestershire sauce, and have even contacted the company, asking them to make a vegan version.But since I'd prefer to eat vegan, this product is an excellent alternative. It does taste a bit different than Lea & Perrins, but of course it would. It's a different product! On its own merit, it can make any dish that much more interesting. I use it mostly in a dish called Spanish Rice. Brown some onions in a large, non-stick pot using olive oil, then add ground beef alternative (optional). Once throughly heated, add a can of diced tomatoes, some chopped green/yellow/black bell peppers, a healthy amount of Annie's Naturals Organic Vegan Worcestershire Sauce, some yellow mustard, some salt & pepper, and some sugar to taste. Bring ingredients to a boil, then add rice. You can pour minute rice directly in and stir, or you can pre-cook brown rice (so it doesn't take quite so long). I suppose you could add brown rice and extra liquid, and cook until rice is softened, but I haven't tried that, myself. Cover pot, and allow to simmer until rice is cooked/softened.If you do the minute rice or pre-cooked brown rice version, the whole dish, from start to serving, shouldn't take more than about 20 minutes. ...And you really need worcestershire sauce, to give it that extra something. (The "normal" version uses ground beef, minute rice, and traditional worcestershire sauce.)Enjoy!
adds flavor to fried noodles, fried burger patties, etc.
From Meg of Burnaby, British Columbia on 11/29/2008.
This sauce is available at a health food store in Vancouver (Burnaby is a neighbouring city), and I have bought it there. But if I didn't live so close to this store, then I guess I'd buy it from VeganEssentials. I like to fry up East Asian noodles in this sauce, like udon noodles, and burger patties. Maybe I will try it with eggless chow mein noodles one day. Cute drawing on the label. Maybe some fundamentalist Christians would be turned off by the drawing of a wizard, though (or maybe she's just wearing a nightie with stylized moons and stars on it?). Whimsical. I like it.
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