Loma Linda Linketts, 96-Ounce Can

Worthington Loma Linda products are low in cholesterol and fat, especially saturated fat, when compared to their meat counterparts. Direct from your pantry or right out of the freezer, these delicious, meatless alternatives are perfect for quick and nutritious meals. Loma Linda Linketts Canned Vegetarian/Vegan Veggie Hot Dogs Canned, precooked Loma Linda Linketts offer a

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Worthington Loma Linda products are low in cholesterol and fat, especially saturated fat, when compared to their meat counterparts. Direct from your pantry or right out of the freezer, these delicious, meatless alternatives are perfect for quick and nutritious meals.

Loma Linda Linketts

Canned Vegetarian/Vegan Veggie Hot Dogs

Canned, precooked Loma Linda Linketts offer a slightly spicy flavor in hot dog form without any meat. Easy to prepare and serve, Loma Linda Linketts can be warmed in a sauce pan, microwaved, or grilled.

Made with textured vegetable proteins from wheat and soy, Loma Linda Linketts offers a great meat substitute. Vegetarian and Vegan Dietary Exchange: 1 medium-fat meat per serving Low saturated fat and 0 trans fats Cholesterol free 7 grams of protein per serving Contains B Complex Vitamins: B6, B12, and thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin 1 gram of dietary fiber Kosher dairy

Product Features

  • One, 96-ounce can of Loma Linda Linketts
  • Made with soy protein, soy flour, and natural smoke flavor
  • 60% less fat than beef hot dogs
  • Pre-cooked and 100% vegan
  • Meatless alternative to hot dogs

Comments

DeLux "DeLux" says:

Yummy In the 96 ounce can, there are 40 weenies, at the current sale price, that makes the cost per weenie only 0.414 cents each. Not a bad price for a weenie that is good raw from the can or done up however you like, and is vegan. The big can is okay. I pour it into a tupper and put it in the fridge. They don’t last long at my house anyway.Dietary information (off the can):Serving size: 1 linkServings per container: 40Calories per serving: 70Calories from fat:…

J. Ramroop says:

Yum! Best vegan hot dogs ever! These are my favorite vegan hot dogs. Yes they are high in sodium but also high in protein! They taste great. These are the best hot dogs.

Geo says:

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