Similar to the Deli-Franks, but with less spices and more
like a plain hot dog style flavor. These pre-cooked heat-and-serve
links are perfect for eating on a bun or diving up for any dish
that calls for a heart, meaty addition. Each can contains around 10
links. $7.29 each.
Ingredients: Water, wheat gluten, soy protein
isolate, tofu (water, soybeans, magnesium chloride), corn starch,
corn oil, vegetable-based flavorings, hydrolyzed soy protein, onion
powder, garlic powder, caramel color, calcium (vegan), vitamins
(from vegan sources – niacinamide, thiamine, vitamin B6,
riboflavin, vitamin B12), red 3 and yellow 6 coloring (soon to
change to natural colorings in our next shipment)
Best Soy Dogs I've Ha
From Eric of Wilmington, Massachusetts on 5/27/2008.
I got these after being disappointed by the Tofurky and Ligtlife dogs from the store. The texture and flavor are perfect. And no sweeteners, which is great. Don't hesitate just because they're in a can.I'm trying their deli franks soon!
From Melissa Burton of Greenspond, Newfoundland and Labrador on 1/3/2008.
These are great! Very well priced also.Will be buying more when I run out.
From Anonymous of New York, New York on 6/16/2007.
These taste really good for veggie franks and they are the lowest in sodium of any that I have found. (With these, there's more sodium in the buns I put them in than in the frank itself). That's very important for me since I'm on a sodium restricted diet.
From Kattie of Orlando, Florida on 7/4/2005.
These are pretty damn good! Who would have thought that hot dogs from a can could taste decent? I think these taste/feel just as good as the cooled stuff. So far I've only pan fried them, though...
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