An excellent breakfast “sausage”, just brown and serve
these links for a tasty morning meat substitute that you’re sure to
enjoy. Kosher. 19 oz. can is $7.19.
Ingredients: Water, wheat gluten, corn oil, defatted
wheat germ, torula yeast, rice flour. Contains 2% or less of
defatted soy flour, potato flakes, onion powder, hydrolyzed soy
protein, salt, oat flour, caramel color, soy lecithin, wheat flour,
garlic powder, L-lysine monohydrochloride, soy protein isolate,
spices, vitamins (niacinamide, calcium pantothenate, Vitamin B1
[thiamin mononitrate], Vitamin B6 [pyridoxine hydrochloride],
Vitamin B2 [cyanocobalamin], natural smoke flavor
From Kelly of Portland, Oregon on 3/27/2013.
These taste just like giant Vienna sausages! Seriously really good!
Have always loved these!
From Becka of Dayton, Ohio on 5/9/2012.
I have loved these since i was a little kid! That said, if you are expecting the firm texture of real breakfast sausage in these, I fear you will be disappointed. They are softer in texture, but really delicious when pan fried with a little vegetable oil until the outside is crisp. I also love them wrapped in crescent-type rolls for pigs-in-a-blanket! Not sure they are the best "newly transitioned vegan" meat alternative, but try to think of them as just a different kind of yummy food, not a substitute...:)
From Coral K of Oceanside, California on 12/15/2010.
I was amazed to see negative reviews on this product - must be from people who like the taste of meat or something - I have not eaten meat since I found out what it was - I don't like the smell of it either - these links are great - kids love them - my daughter eats them straight out of the can, but they are awesome in stir fry, or if you are English, Toad in the Hole.
From Anonymous of saitama-ken, Japan on 2/25/2009.
not very good. maybe too salty. but okay with pan-fried and with ketchup and mustard.
From Anonymous of forest park, Illinois on 1/1/2009.
i don't like to submit bad reviews, really...but myself along with the rest of my family haven't ever had worse vegan sausage.they stuck to the pan even after i tried adding a bit of oil.i would describe them as tasting like paper pulp,(my mom even shudders as i mention them now)i was thinking maybe they would taste better in a sauce...? i have to say that i was very sadly disappointed in this product.
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