Cauldron Cumberland Veggie Sausages Reviews
Product Type: Cauldron Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Cauldron / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... research into all aspects of their product, including taste, texture and versatility. The ingredients include soya protein, ... more
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Being a vegetarian for, err (counts on fingers) ten years now, these, along with their Lincolnshire counterparts, have provided me with a glaring omission from many a fried breakfast. I have never really opted for many direct meat-substitute products as I find them to have an unpleasant, almost woolly texture and a plastic-like flavour (see Linda McCartney sausages as an example of this). However, Cauldron have clearly done research into all aspects of their product, including taste, texture and versatility. The ingredients include soya protein, herbs and spices, egg powder and are a good source of protein. They are not too unhealthy either, being laden with ... Read the complete review
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