Thanks for the link Posia. I'm not sure about tofurky trying now! lol. I have another food I like a whole lot anyways-Veats gourmet fake chicken breast and gourmet nuggets. I'll try that food link that was in the tofurky thread, too.
The gravy is the best! I'm not too crazy about the tempeh drumpsticks but they aren't bad with gravy dumped all over them (which if you don't like the gravy may be a problem). I love it, I say give it a shot! I got the roast alone for just over $8 so it's not bad.
I absolutely love it. Especially after this last time I had it, for some reason it was much much better than usual. Apparently I'm in the minority though. All depends on how you cook it I guess. Last time I followed the suggestion on the box and wrapped it up with potatoes, onions, and carrots. You also make a soy sauce baste to pour over the top of it. And I cooked it at a little higher temperature and a little longer than what it says on the box.
I think I'm going to have to "review" Tofurky for myself and then give my opinion. I think they sell it pretty close to me for around the same price most paid, I'll see. If you don't hear from me again, the tofurky killed me! LOL.
Yeah, we use OJ, soy, and brown sugar. And I think it really helps if you follow the suggestion on the side of the box and cut up some onions, carrots, and potatoes to wrap up in it. I think that may be what made it more moist (and less chewy). It's definitely one of those things that can be very good or very bad depending how you make it. The people who don't like it must have done it wrong.
I've tried Tofurky. It was okay. They do sell the Tufurky slices by themselves. I made it myself a few years ago for Christmas dinner and enjoyed mine better! This year for Thanksgiving dinner I bought myself a Field Roast, which comes in different flavors, even one with stuffing in it). It's pretty good with gravy and cranberry sauce.
I still haven't bought the tofurky but I will. I bought veggie Chinese food for Christmas Eve and am still eating it. I don't feel like cooking something that takes a lot of effort yet with the aches and pains I'm having. Plus I have to have a few extra dollars before I get it and test it out. This should be interesting though.
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