The Very Good Butchers - Breakfast Sausages, 12.7ozBrand - The Very Good Butchers
Looking to switch up your breakfast? The Very Good Butchers Breakfast Sausages are a delicious protein-rich addition to any balanced breakfast.
- High in protein
- Made with real natural ingredients
- Fortified with vitamins and minerals
- Delicious meat alternative
- Gluten-free and non-GMO
Are you looking for a delicious protein hit for your breakfast? The Very Good Butchers Breakfast Sausages are tailor-made to suit your breakfast cravings. They are packed with real fresh herbs and spices to add flavor to your morning meal.
The Very Good Butchers is a team of trained chefs on a mission to bring quality meat alternatives to the masses. Despite being a relatively new company, the chefs are delivering a plethora of rave-reviewed products to the market.
These Breakfast Sausages go oh-so-well with scrambled tofu, in a breakfast sandwich, or as a midday snack. They crumble up nicely and could easily be eaten in a breakfast hash! The possibilities are endless with these vegan sausages.
Water, Pea Protein, Organic Sunflower Oil, Vinegar, Calcium Alginate Casing, Coconut Oil, Organic Onion, Organic Mushrooms, Organic Celery, Apple Powder, Methylcellulose, Chickpeas, Hemp Seeds, Fava Bean Protein, Mushroom Extract, Potato Starch, Natural Flavors, Nutritional Yeast, Sea Salt, Organic Cane Sugar, Potassium Chloride, Sunflower Seeds, Yeast Extract, Paprika, Red Radish Juice, Herbs, Spices, Vitamins And Minerals (Niacinamide [Vitamin B3], Vitamin B12, Copper Gluconate, Thiamine Hydrochloride [Vitamin B1], Pyridoxine Hydrochloride [Vitamin B6]).
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Coconuts).
Frequently Asked Questions
What is The Very Good Butchers plant-based meat made of?
Plant-based butchers manufacture meat that is made from any kind of plant protein. The plant protein provides the texture that is meant to be mimicking meat. Different vegan butchers use different proteins depending on their goals.
The Very Good Butchers use vital wheat gluten and pea protein to name a few. Using pea protein is a great sustainable, healthy way to achieve this. Using wheat is also great, but means people with gluten allergies have to avoid it.