Rogue Vigilante Spellchecker (superexcellent) wrote in vegancooking,
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Dixie Diner

So, after months of seeing the Dixie Diner's products on the shelves of my local health food store, I finally caved and bought one. I bought the "Dinner's Ready Meat Loaf Mix: Homestyle".

I was a bit put off by the high price ($7.25 for the bag) but I liked the idea that it was super fast to cook and vegan and I justified that if I went to a restaurant to buy vegan meatloaf (as if that's offered around here) it'd be probably $7 a slice. And this makes a whole loaf.

20 minutes in the oven was all it took, and I only added water and a topping made from catsup, mustard, and brown sugar.

It's VERY VERY good. But only if you're a vegan who likes realistic meat substitutes. Nice and filling and tasty. For those of you who find yourselves needing convenience food, this is a good one! You could top it with vegan brown gravy and fix corn and mashed potatoes and gravy with it for a really satisfying meal.

Anyway, I am going to try the alfredo sauce they make soon, and if you're interested, I'll let you all know how that is!
Tags: -product reviews-meat analogues, main dishes-meat loaves, substitutes-meat-ground beef
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