French Toast and Pancakes: Verdict - Meh x 3 Mixing it - I didn't want to mix up the entire pouch. After some looking along the website I found you could mix it up in smaller batches if you have a device that can blend a smaller amount of liquid. I did 4 tsp and 1 cup water and blended with a stick blender. The smell is quite strong! Pancake: I thought I could then hand blend the prepared product into my pancake batter. It did not blend in completely. I saw yellow bits and bobs throughout.
I really hope these become available in more areas, or at very least for online shopping! I really don't care for soy or mushroom based fake meats, plus most aren't gluten free anyway, so I am really excited about this!
I picked up some Qrunch burgers to try & plan to offer them to the kids for dinner tonight. They were in the freezer section near other "veggie burgers". Complete ingredient list: organic millet, organic quinoa, organic coconut oil, organic onion, organic carrots, organic broccoli, organic spinach, arrowroot starch, organic apple cider vinegar, psyllum seed powder, kosher salt, organic garlic, non-GMO canola oil I'll report back after we do the "taste test" ...
And the taste test results are in! Both kids (2.5 and 5.5 yo) said "yummy!" then asked for seconds and asked that I put Qrunch on the shopping list. My review - nice crunchy exterior, overall good texture & liked the flavor. Views and reviews expressed by volunteers reflect their personal opinions and not necessarily the views or opinions of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation.
Hand mixing..., anthing but blending, is a def no-no. Blending creates a smooth luxurious thick yolk. On the french toast try just dipping day old sour dough bread into Vegg mixture with no milk for maximal eggy taste. I'm suprised you did't think it tasted like french toast since it's almost unanimously judged to be 'just like' french toast.
Originally Posted by The Vegg Man: Hand mixing..., anthing but blending, is a def no-no. Blending creates a smooth luxurious thick yolk. I blended the Vegg with my stick blender to get the yolk consistency, but then tried to hand mix the prepared Vegg into my milk mixture and it wouldn't blend in. I didn't realize the liquid Vegg mixture would need to be blended into other liquids once it was prepared. On the french toast try just dipping day old sour dough bread into Vegg mixture with no...
It is sad to know how many people could not enjoy eating some delicious delicacies made from foods that trigger allergy symptoms. It is hard always being mindful about the food your about to eat, especially when you are eating in a restaurant. Admin note: removed non-working link.
I never can find this in a store. I love their Veganaise with the purple top. I so missed BLTs and chicken salad. With Veganaise, tofu and xantham gum, I can even make crab cakes like my MIL (lots of bread crumbs) but it holds together.
And the review is in ... the adults liked the "Spicy Italian" Qrunch burgers, but they were too spicy for our little kids. Views and reviews expressed by volunteers reflect their personal opinions and not necessarily the views or opinions of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation.
Don't mean to be a downer but I am 48 years old and since the age of 4 years old have been waiting to outgrow my milk allergy. Milk makes my sneezy and conjested but not Ana., contact etc. I can have traces of milk and items that are made on shared equipment without too much problems. Stanford told us they don't think Christian will ever outgrow his cause it's so bad. The point that I'm trying to make is live your life happy. Know how to manage your allergies, hope for the best and if you...
Shopping today & noticed 2 new flavors of Qrunch burgers: - sweet curry with lentils - green chile with pinto beans From what I can tell on the Qrunch facebook page, these look like they were released on April 15, 2013.
Originally Posted by LSK: Shopping today & noticed 2 new flavors of Qrunch burgers: - sweet curry with lentils - green chile with pinto beans Both are full of flavor and not spicy. "Green chile" - both lids liked "sweet curry" - little kid (3.5 years) liked, but big kid (6.5 years) did not
Thanks for this info, but this is frustrating. My allergist wants to re-test (skin test) my daughter at 10 months before we begin introducing the top 8. Isn't it better to test rather than potentially have an at-home reaction to something that might have shown up on the skin test?
Thanks MonsterMom Yes, I guess the part that's missing is what will we do if she DOES test positive to a food? As you said, i suppose an office challenge is in the works. Going to definitely ask the allergist!
Hi andy1105! Welcome to KFA! Please join us on our Support Forums. We have a forum just for Food & Cooking. You may find a lot of other yummy new foods. http://community.kidswithfooda...rum/food_and_cooking
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