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At the market I work at the owner typically trusts my taste and opinion on veg*an specialty foods, but I know there are things I don't like that others may love and vice versa. We're trying to come up with new products to carry so I figured it would be helpful to get some outside input. So here goes...<br><br>
What are your top 5 favorite, and least favorite, specialty veg*an foods? I know many of us eat mostly whole foods...but this is more about faux meats, dairy-free cheeses, snacks, etc <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"><br><br>
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Favorites:<br>
1. Celebration Roast<br>
2. Tofurky Slices<br>
3. Daiya<br>
4. FYH Sour Cream and Cream Cheese<br>
5. Terra Nostra Rice Milk Chocolate Bars
 

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Favourites:<br><br>
1. Field Roast<br>
2. Daiya Pepperjack shreds<br>
3. Vegenaise<br>
4. Tofurky<br>
5. Go Max Go rice milk chocolate bars<br><br>
Least Favourites:<br><br>
1. Nayonaise<br>
2. Road's End Mac and Chreese<br>
3. Nancy's Cultured Soy Yogurt
 

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I always love the redwood bacon and the vegusto cheese, especially the piquant one and the mild one.<br>
They also do some kind of fake meat slices some of wich are really awesome.<br><br>
Other than that, i don't really know, a little of everything but nothing i really love... i like the vegan cream cheeses with garlic, home made cakes... if you can bake your own cakes or buy them fresh from a local it would be a good thing i think.
 

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I always love the redwood bacon and the vegusto cheese, especially the piquant one and the mild one.<br>
They also do some kind of fake meat slices some of wich are really awesome.<br><br>
Other than that, i don't really know, a little of everything but nothing i really love... i like the vegan cream cheeses with garlic, home made cakes... if you can bake your own cakes or buy them fresh from a local it would be a good thing i think.</div>
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We try and get in as much local stuff as we can, so I'll talk to her about cakes. We don't have a ton of desert type items besides dairy-free icecream, chocolate bars, and dried fruit...so something like that could actually be really great, we just would have to find someone local to do vegan ones. Sadly the town I live in isn't very veg friendly (which is hard for me when I used to live in Asheville which is SUPER veg friendly) so we have to work with what's here. But yea, I think some local cakes sound like a great idea and not something I expected to see suggested! Thanks!
 

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1. Cave Mezze Harrisa<br>
2. Cave Mezze Spicy hummus<br>
3. Tofurky -plain<br>
4. Better than Cream Cheese<br>
5. Vegenaise<br>
6. Boca Spicy chick*n patties<br><br>
Least favorite<br>
1. Galaxy Nutritional rice cheese<br>
2. Parma<br>
3. Tofu pups<br>
4. Westwood (?) vegan cheese spreads in 8 oz containers - uber nasty<br>
5. boca burgers
 

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My bf's favs (i don't eat most of this stuff)<br><br>
1. Soyrizo<br>
2. Food For Lovers Queso Dip<br>
3. Tofutti Better Than Cream Cheese<br>
4. Yves Jumbo Dogs<br>
5. So Delicious Ice Cream
 

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1. Vegan cookie dough by Eat Pastry<br>
2. Daiya mozzarella cheese<br>
3. Field roast sausages (although I don't eat them anymore, I LOVED them)<br>
4. Gardein products (same thing, can't eat them anymore but I LOVED them)<br>
5. We can't say it's not cheese by Wayfare. They are vegan spreads and dips.<br>
6. Soyrizo - I've always loved soyrizo and grew up eating chorizo scrambled with eggs. Since going gluten-free soyrizo has been a dinner and breakfast saver sometimes since it's the only gluten-free processed thing at the grocery store next door when I want to throw something together in two seconds and call it good.
 

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1. Seitan<br>
2. Tempeh<br>
3. Gimme Lean Sausge<br>
4. Tofutti Cream Cheese (seriously, I can only find this at one store in town)<br>
5. Boca products
 
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