Worthington Loma Linda Big Franks, Vegetable and Grain Protein Links, 6-Pound Can

100% Vegan. 58% less fat than beef franks! 6g Fat in Big Franks. 14.5g Fat in beef hot dogs. Exchange: 2 Lean Meats. The Dietary exchanges are based on the Exchange Lists for Meal Planning, 2003 by the American Diabetes Association, Inc. and the American Dietetic Association. Product Features One 6-pound can (96 ounces) Made

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100% Vegan. 58% less fat than beef franks! 6g Fat in Big Franks. 14.5g Fat in beef hot dogs. Exchange: 2 Lean Meats. The Dietary exchanges are based on the Exchange Lists for Meal Planning, 2003 by the American Diabetes Association, Inc. and the American Dietetic Association.

Product Features

  • One 6-pound can (96 ounces)
  • Made with soy protein, onion, and natural smoke flavor
  • 58% less fat than beef hot dogs
  • Pre-cooked and 100% vegan
  • Makes a nutritious alternative to hot dogs

Comments

CC Shopgirl says:

great dogs if you know how to cook them~ I LOVE these dogs BUT you have to know how to cook them ..so here’s the method I use .. First you must rinse them since they have a sort of brine that is not that good kind .. then soak them in a bit of liquid smoke( if you have it)and water if you have it .. also optional for those who like it spicy add a dash of chili powder . 

A Customer says:

Succulent and juicy! Big Franks are the best vegetarian frank that I have ever tried. They taste far better than real meat weiners. They have a somewhat soft texture and could be easily broken down and used in a casserole or some other recipe. They come in a broth that could also be used to add flavor to recipes. I dare anyone to who hates meat analogues to not be pleased with this product. I can’t say enough about Big Franks!

MZPRIYA "MZPRIYA" says:

OMG!!!! I LOVE these!!! I grew up on them but everyone I have try them end up loving them too- including my boyfriend who lives by meat. It is often a turn off when people see they come packed in cans. Ignore that part because they are fantastic and very high in protein. I did catch my boyfriend trying to boil them- not recommended! You can microwave them (about 1 min), fry them on non-stick, put on BBQ, or my favorite way- over a camp fire! Yummy 🙂

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