The moment my eyes connected with Follow Your Heart’s VeganEgg located in Whole Foods Markets’ dairy aisle next to the other ‘eggs,’ I almost performed a cartwheel. Then I remembered that I have no such athletic skill. I have no inner Dominique Dawes.
Excellent on a sesame seed bagel. I also added VeganEgg to breakfast polenta, a savory center for waffles, and vegetable stir fry. The creators definitely did their homework when it came down to the science of how eggs operate. Still, the major woe of this review tale is that for 12 servings this product is $7.65. Take that what you will. It might be easier to go traditional vegan tofu scramble route with some added turmeric and nutritional yeast if budget is your concern as it is mine. I will buy VeganEgg sparsely in the future. It’s a yummy, authentic product– one amazing step for vegan humankind, but at the same time, pricing could be a little more reasonable.
These were divine. The center of creamy ricotta and firm pasta tasted like an Italian grandmother’s delicious secret recipe. There’s something wickedly addictive about Kite Hill’s Almond Milk Ricotta for starters. To place their superb ingredient as the sibling component to fresh tasting spinach is an applaud worthy celebration in every bite. I still love my Soyboy frozen ravioli, but cannot the sheer joy of Kite Hill’s simple refrigeration and heat method. Makes things conveniently easier.
gardein’s Meatless Meatballs are easily one of the best vegan versions around and reasonably priced (yes!). I prepared them in tomato basil spaghetti sauce over angel hair. Plump, tasty meatballs are like heavenly, unharmed, plant based treasures from above. Although, they were somewhat burnt on one side, that charred texture provided a wonderful, unexpected crunch. I’m not suggesting that everyone go out and scorch one of side of your gardein– just honestly saying that I did cherish that flavor profile.