Anyone else ever try these? The wife bought a box and I tried one the other day. It was actually pretty good. I've been looking to add something else to my diet because I am getting really sick of tuna. One burger has 13g protein and 90 calories. The burger tasted much better than I thought it would.
I used to be Vegan back in high school..no animal products...I ate 'em all the time...since then, they have honed in their recipes..they taste much better and you can get 'em at some resaurants as well...I think they have different flavors now too...
Just tried a couple for the first time. Taste was fine and they seemed nutritionally acceptable (minus the sodium) but I'm not sure I want to make them even a semi-regular part of my diet. At least they were very quick and easy to prepare.. minute or so in the ole microwave
Have 6 more burgers stocked up to go through and then I will probably be done with them. 2 plain w/mustard on the side and a protein shake was a decent (filling) meal anyway. And fit well into my macros for the day.
Only ate 'em because they had been sitting in the freezer for awhile and it's about time to restock on groceries and didn't want them to goto waste.. overall better than I expected.
Besides, I already eat ground turkey often.. no real need for more beef burger replacments.
I think I will throw some sirloin steak into my next meal to make up for all the soy today
"Knowing is not enough we must apply." --- "Willing is not enough we must do."
Hmmm.......careful on your soy. You don't want bitch tits do ya?
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