Movies Books Music Food Tv Shows Technology Politics Video Games Parenting Fashion Green Living more >


Turkey meat substitute

< read all 3 reviews

A Quick Tip by devora

  • Nov 25, 2009
  • by
Though it's great that veggies have an option, I still can't get over Tofurkey tasting like rubbery doo doo.
Was this helpful?
Post a Comment
More Tofurky reviews
review by . November 12, 2009
A Sorry Excuse for a Turkey
I hate tofurky. I hate the idea of a tofurky. And I get offended when people expect me to eat tofurky.      It’s a bland, chewy, tasteless roll of fake meat, containing mushy under seasoned stuffing, and vacuum sealed into a plastic bag. It even retains the shape of the plastic bag, and resembles a log when served on the table.      I thought tofurky was an urban myth, made up by some crazy vegan. I certainly had never seen on at any of my holiday meals. …
review by . December 24, 2009
My purpose in this review is to eliminate the misconceptions associated with vegan foods. I have been a vegan for over three years now, and have eaten a Tofurky each Thanksgiving since then. For anyone that does not know, a vegan does not consume any animal products, i.e. meat, dairy, honey, eggs, etc. A Tofurky is a vegan/vegetarian alternative to the traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner, made up of wheat gluten and tofu. On the inside of the "log" is a wild rice stuffing, and, …
About the reviewer
devora ()
Ranked #4
When I'm not Lunching, I'm a jeweler, and an all around, self-proclaimed web geek. My passions include social media, the interweb, technology, writing, yoga, fitness, photography, jewelry, fashion, … more
Consider the Source

Use Trust Points to see how much you can rely on this review.

Your ratings:
rate more to improve this
About this topic


Tofurky, Turtle Island Foods' trademark for its meat substitute, is a turkey meat substitute made from a blend of wheat gluten, or seitan, and organic tofu. The company uses it for many of their meatless products, including deli slices, sausages, jerky, tempeh, burgers, and franks. All Tofurky products are vegan and approved by the Vegan Society, and most are kosher-certified by the Kosher Supervision of America.

view wiki


First to Review
© 2015 Lunch.com, LLC All Rights Reserved
Lunch.com - Relevant reviews by real people.
This is you!
Ranked #
Last login
Member since