Fresh from the toaster oven. (Stephen Hui)
Sometimes you just want a quick and easy vegan breakfast that’s not cereal or toast. Here’s a fairly new frozen product from the people who brought us veggie boob—Richmond-based Garden Protein International—that fits the bill.
We found the Gardein breakfast sandwich selling for $4.75 at Donald’s Market in Vancouver. A box comes with two small sandwiches and takes minutes to prepare in the microwave, on the stove, or in a conventional or toaster oven. Continue reading
This veggie wurst has moved into Chinatown. (Stephen Hui)
It’s easy enough to put together a vegan meal of Field Roast smoked apple sage sausage, French fries, and ketchup at home. Alternatively, you could go to Bestie (105 East Pender Street) in Vancouver and pay $8 to have it made for you.
Of course, this Chinatown sausage and beer parlour’s currywurst with veggie wurst isn’t the same as what you’d throw together after a long day at work. Indeed, the ketchup is curried, the fries are marginally better, and the German-inspired dish comes with a special fork (pommesgabel).
I can’t stand the name of this eatery, which also cooks up a dish of sausage and sauerkraut ($9.50). But, during my first visit, I did enjoy my overpriced meal. The tangy ketchup deserves some credit. Continue reading