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#1 Old 02-26-2009, 05:06 PM
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I was perusing Allrecipes veg*n recipes and found this, to make patties, but I have never seen it.



1 (12.5 ounce) can vegetarian fried chicken ..............????

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#2 Old 02-26-2009, 05:29 PM
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Its probably Loma Linda's vegetarian fried Chik'n. It comes in cans.

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hmmm.....never saw those cans before .....thanks. Is it in the regular canned foods by any chance?

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i bet it won't be unless you live somewhere with a load of adventists. http://www.worthingtonfoods.com/cgi-...374&company=41



they have a store locator here: http://wheretobuy.kelloggs.com/search.aspx
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well, I checed the where to buy, and it wasn't in their list, but is listed in their discontinued list. Guess I won't bother looking any further.

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I've seen canned vegetarian meats at my local Asian grocery store. Maybe you could try something like that if you have one in your area.
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You can probably look in the frozen section of a Health Food Store and find some brand of vegetarian "chicken" patty stocked along-side the veggie burgers. You could heat these per package directions and use them in the recipe.

Take a look at Quorn products in particular. I think I've seen them carry a "chicken" patty too.



If you've ever come across "wheat meat" in the store or even Morning Star Farms Meal Starters (the "chicken" variety), you can bread and fry these products as a substitute for your fried chicken.



I think "vegetarian fried chicken" is a bit of a complex item for a recipe to call for without further explanation, but that would just be a pet peeve of my own.
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