Native to Asia, the Jackfruit is recognizable
for its spiky exterior, and notable for its many stages of
maturity, each of which yields a different texture and
flavor. Upton's Naturals has taken this amazing vegan and
natural meat alternative and turned it into a healthy and tasty way
to enjoy your favorite flavors and textures with their new
Free of GMOs, gluten, soy and oil, this young
green jackfruit has a consistency similar to shredded meat, but of
course, it's 100% cruelty-free and definitely delicious.
These awesome jackfruit shreds are pre-seasoned and ready to eat,
making it easier than ever to whip up a quick BBQ sandwich or a
cluster of "pork" carnitas tacos in a flash. But, don't stop
there - these shreds are great over rice, and top off your favorite
salads perfectly, so get creative and enjoy Upton's Naturals
Jackfruit Shreds in all their delicious varieties!
Available in Bar-B-Que, Chili Lime Carnitas, Thai Curry (New!) and
Original (New!) 10.6 oz. (300g) packages are $5.29 each.
*NOTE* - This is NOT a refrigerated or frozen
item, so no cold packing is necessary!
Jackfruit, tomato paste, vinegar, molasses, filtered water, onion,
evaporated cane juice, sea salt, garlic, black pepper, chili
powder, paprika, liquid smoke
Chili Lime Carnitas
ingredients: Jackfruit, onion, vinegar, lime, evaporated
cane juice, sea salt, black pepper, garlic, cumin,
Thai Curry ingredients:
Jackfruit, coconut milk, water, lemongrass, garlic, red chili,
shallot, salt, galangal, coriander, kaffir lime peel, pepper,
cumin, evaporated cane juice, vinegar
Plain ingredients: Jackfruit
Love the idea, ,could use improvment
From Anonymous of Orlando, Florida on 11/19/2016.
Loved the idea of this product! The texture is awesome and really replicated a meaty dish. The jackfruit is good for over rice, sandwhiches, tacos , and more. However the one thing lacking was the bbq sauce. As many said it has a sour vinegar taste rather then a sweet tangy taste. Its a very aquried taste but wasnt bad just not what i think of when i crave bbq. Overall 3/5 will buy occasionally but not an every week product for me. May try to add sugar next time
From Noelle of Naples, Florida on 4/4/2016.
I had high hopes for this product. I brought it over to my parents and threw it on a toasted bun while they ate BBQ pork.It was absolutely terrible. I even read the reviews before purchasing and thought I might be able to salvage it. I added my own BBQ sauce (copious amounts), but it wouldn't cut through the vinegar taste. The actual Jackfruit wasn't cut well and in no way mimed shredded anything. It's awesome that companies are trying to appeal to vegans, so I commend the company for trying. But they should probably go back to the drawing board when it comes to the sauce.
We love this stuff!
From Kacey Elmore of Nixa, Missouri on 3/27/2016.
We were so surprised to see the poor ratings here!! We've found the chili-lime locally, then recently tried the BBQ-flavor during some travels, and love them both. Not to vinegar-y my my opinion.. even the husband who doesn't like vinegar in anything is crazy about this stuff.. The shreds definitely aren't super consistent, but it doesn't bother me or my husband. I guess an important note is that we are vegans who like our "meat-like" foods not too meat-like! Similar texture is as much as I can take. But we will be buying lots of this and will be splurging on the 2lb bags even! :)
From pat of Rochester, New York on 2/27/2016.
Just as I was about to order this on line, I found it at my local co-op. I was excited to try this product but I have to agree with some of the other reviewers here. The texture of the jackfruit was fine but the inconsistent cuts, mixing cuts with shreds took a bit away from the product. The worst thing for me though was the overwhelming vinegar flavor and lack of sweetness in the sauce. Even used in a soft tortilla shell with avocado and spinach that vinegar was hard to get past. So, while it's great for convenience, I think the recipe could use some adjusting.
Great!...but needs better cooking instructions.
From John of Los Angeles, California on 1/13/2016.
I really enjoyed both flavors, but after reading some of the other comments I feel like Upton's may need to update their cooking instructions on the box. It says 1-2 minutes, but in order to get the texture I was looking for I let it go closer to 5-7 (maybe more) and I fork-split the larger chunks. I also added a little bit of sugar and cayenne to the BBQ because I prefer a sweeter and spicier sauce. I think my longer cook time may have reduced the acid in the vinegar too.
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