Make your own delicious vegan sausage patties, sausage
muffins, breakfast burritos and more with this fantastic mix from
Harmony Valley! Each 5.7 oz. (161g) package makes a full pound of
vegan ground “sausage” – just mix the contents of the pouch with
water, let it reconstitute for 15 minutes, and you’re ready to
grill or fry up a batch of delicious vegan “sausage” that’s perfect
as patties or when used as a meat replacement in your favorite
dishes. Low in fat, high in protein and a great source of fiber,
this mix is also great for camping and taking on the road, as it
doesn’t require refrigeration. Kosher. Each package is
Ingredients: Soy flour, soy protein concentrate,
vegetable oil (soybean and/or palm), wheat gluten, isolated soy
protein, natural vegan flavor, methylcellulose, salt, extract of
malted barley, contains 2% or less of spices, yeast extract, and
From tom irons of lamar, Colorado on 3/16/2014.
This is okay if you can use it in something like scrambled eggs or in breakfeast burritos but on its own I have better the feild roast sausage is a lot better there is no soy aftertaste and it tastes real good by itself.
lightlife gimme lean vs. THIS
From angela petyko of cedar lake, Indiana on 4/26/2013.
I actually preferred the taste of this to the other "sausage" (which I also enjoy). This one is slightly cheaper tho there is the little xtra step of adding water and letting it set for 15 min before using. However, it was easy for me to use just half the bag and store the other half for later. Made beautiful, tasty patties for my vegan breakfast sandwiches :) and my non-vegan in-laws gobbled it up (just in patty form) when I took them over for a family breakfast - THANKS!
From Anonymous of Detroit, Michigan on 9/6/2012.
Great texture and taste. Recommend adding a little fennel seed and lighly salting patties.
My Newest Favorite
From Craig Gardner of Gyeongsan, Korea, Republic of on 11/12/2011.
I love it...a little expensive but a tablespoon fried with a little sesame or chili oil. Put on 1/2 piece of toast with sprouts cover with other 1/2 and a super breakfast. Yummy!
Excellent texture and good flavor, but a little bland
From Susan Sterner of Martinsburg, West Virginia on 8/12/2011.
For me, it wasn't spicy enough to serve as stand-alone sausage, but if you're the kind of person who doesn't like spicy sausage anyway, then that shouldn't be a problem.Otherwise, it's very good. Great texture and a light sausage flavor -- perfect for sauces, breakfast burritos, and other recipes that call for the presence of sausage.
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