like your vegan jerky tough and chewy, this one’s for you! Smofu
has a tasty lightly smoked flavor and is made only from tofu,
tamari and spices to make for a natural snack that’s perfect to
take on the go. Packed with protein and small enough to fit in your
pocket, take Smofu on your next bike ride, hike or just to the
office for a tasty bite in between meals. 1.2 oz. pack is $2.79, or
save 10% when you buy 12 or more for only $2.51
Ingredients: Tofu (water, non-GMO soy beans, calcium
sulphate [non-dairy], magnesium chloride), organic wheat-free
tamari (water, soy beans, salt, alcohol), spices
My favorite vegan jerky
From Denise of Los Angeles, California on 11/7/2013.
I really like this jerky. I like that it's chewy; its texture is similar to the kind of jerky I ate and enjoyed in the past pre-vegan. I have tried other kinds of vegan jerky and found the flavor too sharp and artificial. This is the one vegan jerky I have found that I really enjoy, at least so far. I wish it were in stock all the time.
From Kathleen League of Salina, Kansas on 4/9/2013.
I like the flavor and I also like that it is on the dry side. (I think some of the other vegan jerky brands on the market are too moist and kind of gross.) I also like that it is made of dried tofu (a whole food) rather than soy-protein-isolate based (the latter is too processed). I hope they get more of this in stock soon, it is a convenient and healthy snack.
From Eden of LOUISVILLE, Kentucky on 4/21/2012.
I liked that it was lower salt. It's brittle and snaps, not tears, off. Despite that, this is the only other vegan jerky I've ever liked, because I've only ever liked chewy hard jerky ever. I like my jaw to have to work at it- I usually eat my food too fast and this one slowed me down considerably. My first favorite is the Vegan Dream jerky, but it's higher in salt, and I can't share it with those who are gluten intolerant.If you like moist chewy jerky, this is not for you.
From david of socorro, New Mexico on 6/18/2011.
gross, hard, brittle, bad flavor. I hate to be so critical but there is nothing good about it. I like the other brands way more.
Two Thumbs Down
From EatDirt of Tucson, Arizona on 1/17/2011.
I would give it zero stars if I could, it was that bad. No flavor except a very slight hint of smoke and the texture was like I was trying to naw on a dried lasagna noodle. It hurt my teeth and my jaw. thank goodness I only ordered the one.
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