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America’s Favorite Plant-Based Hotdog. Lightlife's plant-based links offer up all the juicy and bold flavors you love, without weighing you down. So fire up the grill, top with your favorite condiments, and enjoy some of our favorite summertime classics.
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I'm going vegetarian so I'm trying a lot of foods. I was excited to try these but this was just bad. The texture is really thick and weird. The flavor is difficult to bypass. I gave it two bites and couldn't anymore.
There's a concerning smell coming from then when you first smell it before cooking. I thought it would go away after it was fully cooked. I was wrong. It goes from a 10 to a 9 once it's cooked. BUT when you take a bite into it the smell goes from a 9 to a 13! I ignored it and out it on a bun and loaded it up with ketchup and took a bite still. Besides the smell the first but isn't that bad but on the 2nds chew the many aromas and tastses of what you'd think a tired factory might smell/taste like hit you all at once. I aborted the mission immediately. I'm trying to go vegetarian again but I'd rather just elimate hotdogs all together if this is the next best option.
These are SO good. I'm a long-time vegetarian and often seek out alternate sources of protein besides eggs. I stumbled across these the other day and I LOVE them. If you're a meat-eater and considering these, you probably won't like them. BUT if you're a vegan or veg you'll love them. Lots of protein, low carb....delicious.
I tried liking these but...I tried one on its own, one in an omelette, and one with pasta. No, no, no. Not exaggerating when I say that it's one of the worst things I've ever tasted. Not sure how they are selling at the store for $4.
These are the worst vegan hot dogs ever and taste like plastic. I don’t know how you can call them veggie hot dogs when there’s not a veggie in them...all made of Soy protein, pea protein, tapioca starch & some other stuff not worth mentioning. Horrendous taste ...I chopped them up as dog food for my dogs. Sorry I wasted $4 on these “things”.
I'm pregnant and trying to avoid hotdogs and deli meats, but have this huge craving for hotdogs so I bought them. I just made them on my cast iron (as if I were grilling them). My initial impression was that they smell like rubber tennis balls fresh out the can lol. I really wanted to like these so I ignored the smell, got some buns, loaded it with mustard, ketchup, and sauerkraut. At first my bite was pleasant and then I got hit with the pungent taste of what I imagine a tennis ball to taste like. I immediately started gagging and gave in to some beef hotdogs. I recommend the beef ones. (I will add though that the texture is spot on and they're a great price so it doesn't hurt to try)