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These spicy kebob
chunks are excellent when stuffed in a pita, stir-fried with rice
or vegetables, or grilled on skewers. Certified organic and GMO
free. 7.05 oz. (200g) package is $5.49.
Ingredients: Tofu (organic soybeans, water), water,
organic wheat protein, organic sunflower oil, soy sauce (water,
organic soybeans, organic wheat, salt), sea salt, dehydrated
vegetables (organic onion, organic celeriac), organic palm oil,
organic tomato paste, organic spices, organic cane sugar, organic
locust bean gum, organic malt powder, organic maltodextrin, yeast
extract **Contains soy, yeast & wheat**
Strange sense of spice and too salty
From Anonymous of Newport, Oregon on 11/23/2010.
This company seems to way over salt it's products I loved the Cowgirl Steaks, but they are are at a max of high salt level that I can tolerate. The Kebobs (and other flavors) are just overpoweringly salt filled. It's too bad. As a longtime vegetarian I crave new flavors in meat substitutes and I love love love spicy food. But massive salt is not seasoning, to me. I will not buy these again and wish they would stock other products instead. Sometimes I wonder if the buyers actually taste these foods before marketing them. (I love Vegan Essentials and place a bug order every month. I hope hey look for better tasting meat alternatives than these.)
From Daria of East Dubuque, Illinois on 1/26/2010.
Quite tasty! A bit salty but excellent in a pita with finely chopped salad mix, cabbage and goddess dressing. Good texture, crumbly. Will get more when back in stock. Would love to see more Viana products for purchase (hotdogs, sandwich slices, etc...).
From Lindsay Travnicek of Tempe, Arizona on 2/22/2009.
*REALLY* salty...but really good :)
Good in their own way
From rachel of keller, Texas on 2/20/2009.
This tasted nothing like gyros for me, but was still very good. Very salty though, which I could do without. The saltiness was well countered by eating in a wrap with lots of veggies. I will be ordering this again.
Actually it's bettern than gyros :S
From Anonymous of Athens, Greece on 3/5/2008.
I read someone's review that it's not as good as gyros. So I tried both but gyros wasnt as good as this one... Anyway, as we say in greece "when it comes to appetite, only pumkin pie is always loved by all" :P
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