Before the Covid-19 pandemic, nearly 30% of people in the U.S. were changing their diets to mostly vegetarian and vegan plant forward meals. Now after news reports about meatpacking plants in the United States becoming hotspots for coronavirus infections, with nearly 5,000 packing plant workers in 19 state fallen ill, and 20 have died as of May 1, 2020, more Americans are seeking plant forward alternatives to swap out beef, pork and chicken.
Meatless Farm makes a variety of pea protein items offering a good source of protein and fiber, that look just like meat, with a lot less saturated fat. They take care of your breakfast, lunch and dinner needs.
For breakfast their Meat Free Sausage Patties and Sausages are 100% vegan and gluten-free. There are 4 sausage patties and 12 sausage links in each container. Just heat a couple of tablespoons of oil in a non-stick pan on a medium heat. Add your sausages and cook for approximately 5 minutes turning occasionally until nicely browned. Nutritionally they offer: 17g of protein per serving, 3g of fiber are Non-GMO, and Kosher certified.
The Meat Free Ground is made with pea protein too. It can be used to make Swedish or Italian meatballs, Mexican tacos, and add into your family favorite recipes, such as chili, spaghetti, and lasagna.
It’s easy to make, just remove from the package, heat a non-stick pan on medium-high heat, add some oil, gently flake the ground into the pan and don’t touch for one minute. Continue cooking for 7-9 minutes stirring often. Meat Free Ground nutritionally offers per one cup serving: High in protein with 21g and 5g of fiber, gluten-free, vegan friendly, non-GMO and kosher certified.
Order online by Sunday and you will receive your MeatLess Farm products on Wednesday. While online, check out their recipes. The Meatless Meatballs Rice’Bowl recipe includes making meatless meatballs that pack a punch, in a bowl of miso with crunchy veggies, and rice.
Another creative recipe is the Meatless Queso Sausage Breakfast Sliders using Meatless Sausage Patties.
Meatless Farm offers plant forward products offering fewer calories and less fat, weigh less, and may help lower your risk of heart disease. Meatless Farm products are also available from Whole Foods Market.