If you’ve been searching for that ideal mock meat that’s
got a ham-style flavor, then this is for you. Each bag of soy based
Ham(Not!) makes a whopping 2 ¼ lbs. of reconstituted minced “ham”
that’s absolutely delicious! Try it in split pea soup, a vegan
scalloped potato dish, garden salads, or mixed with your favorite
veggie mayo for a fantastic ham salad! Gluten Free. 12.6 oz. bag
contains 6 packets and is $11.99.
Ingredients: Soy flour, natural vegan flavors, tomato
powder, sea salt
From stephen roberts of Friendswood, Texas on 1/11/2017.
I was missing my late mom's homemade ham salad. Just fixed up my third full bag of Ham(Not!), and got stuff down. It CAN be watery/mushy after rehydrating. Just dump in a colander to drain, and then press out as much liquid as you can.
From Anonymous of Portland, Maine on 11/25/2015.
I love this. I used to love ham salad when I ate meat and this is so much like the real thing. I do also add a little liquid smoke when I make this and I use less water than the package directs- 3/4 of a cup for a whole cup- otherwise it's way too soggy. I mix w/ vegan mayo and pickle relish and it's awesome. My 6-year old son loves it as well. Definitely buying again!
Liquid Smoke = Good
From Anonymous of Fredericksburg, Unknown on 5/31/2012.
This is a great, authentically 'hammy' vegan product if one adds a little liquid smoke, like carrielaura recommended. Try it - it makes all the difference. I've been munching whole grain pitas stuffed with Ham (Not!) and veggies all week, and even got a non-veg coworker to admit they were yummy.
From carrielaura of Baltimore, Maryland on 5/18/2010.
At first it didn't smell too good and looked a little weird, but it's nothing more than TVP flavored salty and colored pink. I made a ham NOT salad with vegannaise and onions, celery, and pickle relish. I added a little liquid smoke to the ham NOT. It tastes a lot like the real thing. Good for a sandwich. I'm not sure what else I'd do with this, but it's nice to have on hand.
Soogy, tomato pink mush
From Anonymous of canada, Quebec on 9/10/2005.
It looked like ham but had a very tomato flavor. IT was soggy and I didn't like that. Would be good on vegan pizza though. Now I have 2 pounds of fake ham and nothing to do with it.
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