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 $7.49.
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
Great for my taste, but what is the GMO factor?
From sparkles1 VA of Great Falls, Virginia on 12/12/2014.
I like the little links, always have and have various ways to prepare them, but seriously wonder about the GMO factor. Loma Linda and Worthington have some great prods if they would get up with the elimination of GMO... I would be buying both in stock quantities.
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.
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