Not bad, but not great either
From Florence of Lausanne, Switzerland on 11/27/2013.
It is easy to prepare and it tasted ok, but it wasn't great. In my opinion it is a quick and convenient way to prepare a vegan thanksgiving supper, but if you want I really awsome Tofurky you should use the following recipe: http://veganeasy.org/26-D.
The sides are better than the Tofurky, not recommended
From David Broiles of Baltimore, Maryland on 12/14/2009.
I bought a deep fryer to fry it and I injected cajun spices into the Tofurky just to try to make it tast better, but I just couldn't.I really wanted the Tofurky to taste awesome, but that is in a dream-world cause it really sucks. The mark of something that tastes great is something that you will go back for 2nds, 3rds..4ths on. This product intially doesn't taste horrible, it's ok- but it is not something I would try to go back for more.Rating 4/10
Eat these all the time
From Chris Stewart of Lewistown, Pennsylvania on 10/12/2009.
I eat these all the time. I buy them from a local health food store and they are great. I buy 6-8 at a time and they last me about 2 months. Yum Yum. Really good. Buy them they are delish.
Quick, easy, vegan-thanksgiving! VERY yummy!
From Anonymous of Richmond, Virginia on 11/27/2008.
the cranberry-apple potato dumplings where the best thing I've ever tried XD! And the Tofurky is such a good alternative to eating a beaten dead animal corpse.. and yeah, Ive tried the celebration roast, I much prefer this!
Nice Family Tradition
From Wanda Embar of Shorewood, Wisconsin on 11/14/2008.
We've been buying this tofurky feast for many years now (when they still sold it only during the Thanksgiving season). It has become a nice family tradition and my kids absolutely love it!
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