Post by firstname.lastname@example.org Post by jmcquown Post by email@example.com
I don't eat fake
meat whether it's hamburger, hot dogs, sausage, or whatever else they've
adulterated. Definitely no cheese, fake or real.
Except for Kraft American singles? ;)
Their label claims "milk, cheddar cheese, salt, whey, milk protein, food
starch, whey protein concentrate," and some stuff that will surely stand
Bruce's hair on end.
I'm good with Kraft, it hasn't killed me after all these years.
I hear ya! I am definitely not going to ruin a meal by using "2 or 3
Veggie dogs" to use up some chili... was yours vegetarian BTW?
I don't understand the faux meat thing. If you're a vegetarian, don't
eat meat. Pretending these "veggie dogs" are meat is just wrong:
Ingredients: Water, wheat gluten, corn syrup solids, contains two
percent or less of methylcellulose, dextrose, salt, egg whites, natural
flavors, brown sugar (sugar, molasses), hydrolyzed vegetable protein
(corn protein, soy protein), hydrolyzed corn protein, soy protein
isolate, carrageenan, mustard flour, onion powder, maltodextrin, spices,
xanthan gum, hydrolyzed soy protein, autolyzed yeast, paprika, garlic
powder, soybeans, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinate, hydrolyzed
torula and brewers yeast, wheat, gum arabic, hydrolyzed vegetable
protein (corn gluten, soy protein, wheat gluten), soybean oil, thiamin
hydrochloride, paprika extract for color, autolyzed yeast extract,
lactic acid, nonfat milk, red 40, sunflower oil, citric acid, blue 1.