So, any blogging after the UUA General Assembly will be at my other blog, RevScottWells.com, but I couldn’t help but share a picture of this bahn mi (Vietnamese sandwich) made with vegetarian ham, from a stall at the North Market, a source of many delicious lacto-vegetarian meals and treats.
The first two installments (1, 2) of this review series makes the third very easy — and satisfying. Until we have a chance to sample more vegan hams, Lam Sheng Kee Vegetarian Ham (Bacon Flavor) will be the one we will buy for hot and cold ham eating. But to be clear, I mean “ham… Continue reading Vegan ham #3: Lam Sheng Kee Vegetarian Ham (Bacon Flavor)
Let me start by saying I really like this product. Even if it has about two too many words in its name. I think “vegetarian ham” is easier to understand than a “chicken ham.” After all, a vegetarian analog is like the meaty original, but made without animals. But is a vegetarian chicken ham a… Continue reading Vegan ham #2: Lam Sheng Kee Vegetarian Ham (Chicken Flavor)
At the risk of dissuading all of you from trying a vegan ham, Hubby and I started on the one we had never seen before and which — to be fair — didn’t even describe itself as ham or any kind of meat. Introducing the Chef Bowl Frz. Soy Protein Food. It weighs 1050 grams,… Continue reading Vegan ham #1: Chef Bowl Frozen Soy Protein Food
Nothing seems to attract so much derision in a vegetarian diet as the prospect of a vegetarian ham. Some, more serious vegetarians object to mock meats, and I’ve heard enough non-vegetarians dismiss the idea with disgust. “Why not eat the real thing?” But nobody looks at a sausage and asks, “why don’t you eat real… Continue reading Vegan ham reviews