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#1 Old 11-08-2007, 11:55 AM
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I have found veggie turkey,ham, and roast beef. I was in a sub shop last week and had a veggie Reuban sandwhich that was awesome. Can't find veggie corned beef anywhere in Northern Alabama. Thanks
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#2 Old 11-09-2007, 05:36 AM
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Do they actually do one, because that would be sweet =]



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#3 Old 11-09-2007, 05:55 AM
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They exist, I've seen them in stores. However, the only variety I've seen are not suitable for vegans (contain dairy).



http://www.kelloggs.com/cgi-bin/bran...394&company=41

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#4 Old 11-09-2007, 11:06 AM
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Yep... I saw them... dunno why the included dairy...
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#5 Old 11-09-2007, 12:50 PM
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I used to get tons of stuff from Worthington's! I luuuuuuuuuved the fake turkey. All the sudden, one day, Kroger stopped carrying them. Worthington's fake lunch meat slices are even better than Toforky's, imo.
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#6 Old 11-10-2007, 09:53 AM
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Why don't you fill out a request at your local stores... one of them might start carrying Worthington. I'm OBSESSED with Worthington Wham... it'a SO delicious. My bf loves the Corned "beef."



I actually haven't tried the fake turkey... I have at least 3 boxes of Wham at all times though. Next time I go to a place that carries it, I'll pick it up. I'm lucky, I live by Loma Linda and La Sierra (SDA areas... especially LL).
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I haven't seen veggie corned beef offered anyplace. But a local vegetarian-friendly restaurant used to serve a Tempeh Reuben which was quite good- just the thing on a cold day when I wanted something hot, greasy, and a bit decadent. They were pretty accomodating to vegans. This sandwich could be made with your choice of real cheese, soy cheese, or without it altogether. I don't remember that the tempeh tasted that much like corned beef, but I think the sandwich was made on rye bread with sauerkraut and russian dressing, one of the cheeses, and then grilled. I can't remember if it had sauteed onions on it or not.

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I'm OBSESSED with Worthington Wham...

I used to love that, too. Wish I could get some more.



EDIT - The Lightlife Smart Deli baked ham slices are good IF YOU FRY THEM. I wasn't really impressed with any of their fake deli slices until I fried them (like people fry bologna). I'm going to do that now, actually.



Just posted a thread about it.
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I use Montreal Smoked Wheat, but I don't know if it's available outside of Canada.
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#10 Old 11-10-2007, 11:21 PM
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I used to love that, too. Wish I could get some more.



EDIT - The Lightlife Smart Deli baked ham slices are good IF YOU FRY THEM. I wasn't really impressed with any of their fake deli slices until I fried them (like people fry bologna). I'm going to do that now, actually.



Just posted a thread about it.



When you say fry... do you mean heat in a pan? I've never heard of fried bologna. I always heat up the wham before eating... it's so much tastier that way. Or are you talking about using oil?



I read that you like Smart BBQ too... that's my FAVORITE. I have some in my fridge now... even took it to work and my omni coworkers liked it!
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Medesha, sadly, Montreal Smoked Wheat isn't available down here in the deprived States...



Worthington does make a VERY TASTY "corned beef" product that- unfortunately - does have egg whites in it. However if that isn't a problem for you, I think you can order them at www.nomeat.com.



They are really good, I have no idea how much shipping would be and all though.



Also, as Danasckully said, this product seems to be carried more in Seventhday Adventist populated areas. There are lots of Adventist-owned healthfood stores and shops in bigger cities - sometimes at the SDA churches or schools, I know they ALWAYS have it.
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When you say fry... do you mean heat in a pan? I've never heard of fried bologna. I always heat up the wham before eating... it's so much tastier that way. Or are you talking about using oil?

I mean just heat in a pan on a stove. Some people do that with bologna. I used to, so I thought I would try it with Smart slices and it's good.
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#13 Old 11-11-2007, 08:51 AM
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Worthington really needs to expand their product availability. Most of the people here on the VB can't find it and they'd get a LOT of business from us if it was easy to find. Everyone should demand it from their local grocery stores



The first time I bought Wham, I was so hesitant to try it. I was making a Broccoli Wham Ring and decided to try grilling them up before cutting them up for the recipe. I took a bite and immediately fell in love. Whoever created this product deserves to be President or something
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Danaskully, write them an e-mail... and link them to this thread - and others if you can locate them! Seriously, they *might* possibly find it interesting.. (who knows?)
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Good idea I should start a thread that says "Who wants Worthington products?" Then have people list what they want and where
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