Redwood Vegi-deli Sage and Onion Slices Reviews
Product Type: Redwood Vegi-deli Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Redwood Vegi-deli / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... so busy that it's disfficult to spot the Vegan and Vegetarian approved stamps. There are also two other stamps saying that ... more
by - written on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I first tried the Redwood Vegideli Sage And Onion slices thanks to my sister who is a vegan. She often brings me intersting new food products to try, knowing that whatever is suitable for her as a vegan will obviuosly also be ok for a vegetarian such as myself. The slices are meat, egg and dairy free. They are made of wheat gluten and soya protein flavoured with sage and onion. They are a chilled product and are usually to be found near the sandwich fillers or cooked meats. I think they are mainly marketed as a sandwich filler - they are presented to look similiar to the round slices of ham etc you can buy. They are an off white colour, with visible flacks of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Redwood foods produce a wide range of vegeratian and vegan foods ranging from dairy free cheese to imitation meat and fish. These slices are part of the deli range and are recommended as a sandwich filling. The slices come in a pack of 10 and cost me £1 from Morrisons. They're also available from health food stores and online. They are made of soya and gluten and are suitable for vegans. I've not eaten meat in a long time so while I'm pretty sure these are meant to be like turkey slices with stuffing, I have no idea how realistic they are. They are however very tasty. The slices are juicy and chewy with a sage and onion flavour. The flavour is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
These sage and onion slices are part of the Redwood Food Company's Vegi-Deli range. They are soya based fake 'meat' slices and are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. They don't contain any meat, egg, dairy, cholesterol, hydrogenated fat, artificial colours or flavourings and are GMO free too. They usually cost between 99p and £1.50 and can be bought from some health food shops, online or from some supermarkets. I'm sure I've bought them from Morrisons before. The taste reminds me of those turkey and stuffing slices you can buy on the deli counter but it's been so long since I ate meat I can't tell you how much they taste like the real ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I am a vegetarian who is trying to move closer to a vegan lifestyle and the other day I went shopping to my local Holland and Barratt where I found these Vegi Deli Sage and Onion Slices in their chilled section. They were £1.59 for a pack and they looked similar to the Quorn branded slices I eat regularly. The slices come in a small plastic packet. You have to cut open the top with scissors or a knife and I found it quite difficult. An easy peel back plastic top would be much better. You end up cutting into the hard plastic holder where the slices are. The front of the pack has a lot of information printed on it - a bit too much to be honest. It's so busy that ... Read the complete review
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