This unique seasoning salt has a delicious
smoky “bacon” flavor that will spice up your soups, vegetables,
main courses, and even snacks like popcorn, too! Put a sprinkle on
your baked potato, flavor your stewed greens (it is incredible with
collards!), spice up your TVP or meat alternatives, or put it to
use anywhere else that a hearty, smoky flavor would make things
taste better. Available in delicious Hickory flavor. 2.5 oz. (57g)
containers are $4.49.
Hickory flavor ingredients: Sea
Salt, Maltodextrin, Dehydrated Garlic, Dehydrated Onion, Paprika,
Vegan Natural Flavors, Spice, Natural Hickory Flavor, and Less Than
2% Silicon Dioxide, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Vegan Sugar,
Sunflower Oil, Smoked Torula Yeast, Vegan Lactic Acid, Disodium
Guanylate and Inosinate.
Serving size – ¼ tsp.
Calories – 0
Total fat – 0g
Sodium – 135mg for Hickory
Total carbohydrate – 0g
Protein – 0g
From Beth Sopko of New York, New York on 4/25/2010.
I know Vegan Essentials wants to stock a range of products, but toxic products should be labeled as such. Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is an excitotoxin that is contributing to the nation's obesity epidemic. http://www.rense.com/general52/msg.htm details just what is wrong with MSG. I don't like to cite animal experiments, but the report mentions "spontaneously hypertensive rats" that had been dosed with MSG. These rats were fed MSG to make them obese for a study, since no rat is naturally obese. Please consider removing MSG-containing food products from your inventory, or at least publishing a warning.
From Brenda Marie of New York, New York on 11/27/2009.
This stuff is great. So far I have only had the Hickory but am ordering other flavors now. I have used this on popcorn, on sandwiches, over stuff grilled over the BBQ, sprinkled in vegan mayo, and like to add it to vegan mac and cheese. It is so tasty. It is salt too - so you can not add too too much - or the bacon flavor will be overpowered by the salt flavor. Definitely a staple in my house.
Not even close!
From Anonymous of San Pedro, California on 10/16/2009.
The taste and texture was very chemically and didn't remind me of bacon at all. Good concept but not even close. Don't waste your money!
Really nice flavor
From Anonymous of Louisville, Kentucky on 6/3/2009.
I am not so much for just sprinkling it on things, but it's great for condiments. I like to add it and a touch of ketchup to mayo for bacon tomato dressing, which strangely enough is great on vegan bacon and tomato sandwiches. Try mixing a little into vegan margerine to spread on roasted corn, biscuits, or cornbread. So good!Everything in moderation :)
From christopher hayes of Lakewood, New Jersey on 5/11/2009.
Come on. Yeah, it's definitely not natural. It's also not food. It's a bunch of chemicals. Why would you eat this?
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