I make my own seitan pretty frequently, but some times there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplished everything I want to.
And that’s when I am grateful that there are companies that make vegan roasts.
Scouring the fridge and freezer, I came up with these odds and ends.
Veggie and Farro Roast Bowl
- clover sprouts
- frozen spinach
- Field Roast Wild Mushroom quarter loaf
Field Roast makes vegetarian and vegan roasts and sausages and such (see all their products here). The ingredients are pretty pure and for a processed food, they aren’t the worst option. The price is the biggest deterrent from buying them on the regular, because they aren’t exactly cheap. The other issue is the sodium content. As with most other processed foods, it is pretty high (the entire loaf adds up to the recommended daily allowance).
When combined with other whole foods, it can almost pass as homemade. Kinda?
All mixed together and then drowned in the rest of the day’s sodium allowance (aka Bragg’s liquid aminos).
Voila! Nobody has to know that this bowl of yum was mostly from the store. It’ll be our little secret.