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Loma Linketts Review
File this under what vegetarians eat, lol.
I have been eating these FOREVER. So you know already this is a GOOD product. If you have never tried read on..If you do buy them I have a few simple & quick recipes that I use them in when I have parents/picky kids over for dinner.
The non vegetarian children ask me to make these when they stop by. So you know how good they are, right?
So what is it:
Canned Vegetarian/Vegan Veggie Hot Dogs
Canned, precooked Loma Linda Linketts offer a slightly spicy flavor in hot dog form without any meat. Easy to prepare and serve, Loma Linda Linketts can be warmed in a sauce pan, microwaved, or grilled.
Made with textured vegetable proteins from wheat and soy, Loma Linda Linketts offer a great meat substitute.
They are Vegetarian and Vegan! :D
Dietary Exchange: 1 medium-fat meats per serving
*Low saturated fat and 0 trans fats
*7 grams of protein per serving
*Contains B Complex Vitamins: B6, B12, and thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin
*1 gram of dietary fiber
I buy mine by the case from Amazon.
Now, how do they taste? Very good or I would not spend this much money. (See Amazon price next picture.) My meat eating friends FREAK out on the cost. But the difference is in WHATS in the HOTDOG.. aka no snips, no snails, no puppy dog tails, or toenails, left over meat parts, etc. We have all been warned, right?
I know several "survivalist” that keep cases of these to eat when the world ends. I just like them for nights I don’t feel like cooking or when we go camping. lol
I also break them out when we have adults and children that fall in the "picky eater" category. (you know the ones..)
I have found that mostly everyone likes Pigs in a Blanket. Its quite simple with these tasty hotdogs. You just rolled them up in crescent dough and bake. You can also add cheese or tofu cheese, as you like. They smell wonderful baking and people LOVE THEM. Or do ay my house.
Another of my "go to foods" when kids are over. Most of my adult friends suck it up when they come for dinner. Actually most are keen to try the new, raw, crazy foods we weird vegetarians eat...yeah um sure, whatever. But when they bring the kids I turn to this. The adults love them too.
When I have the die-hard meat eaters over I make this.
I remember my mother making this (with meat hotdogs) when I was a kid. She boiled the hotdogs and then sliced them and baked until thoroughly heated in BBQ sauce. I do the same and depending on the type of sauce you can really vary the flavor. Like I said even the die-hard meat eaters admit this is good.
I am actually baking these now. Nothing says summer quite like hotdogs and fresh water melon, you know? I am taking both to a potluck we are having at work. So gotta run..
Please try the Loma Linda Linketts & let me know what you think.
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