A few months ago, I was sent a coupon for a free Tofurky pizza. Since then, I’ve been on the hunt for them everywhere. No luck at the co-op, no luck at Whole Foods, but yesterday my luck changed. I found it on the bottom shelf of the freezer case at Mustard Seed Market in Solon! Of course, I didn’t have my coupon with me (that’s how low my hopes were), but we picked up one of each of the two kinds they had. At this time, they don’t have the pepperoni so we got a plain and a sausage.
When we got home last night we were anxious to try one, even though we’d eaten only a few hours before. The fire-roasted vegetable with sausage sounded like just the thing. In 10 minutes, we were munching on a fantastic pizza! The sausage looked as if it had been grilled and the vegetables were all chopped small so you get a good balance in every bite. With both mozzarella and cheddar-style daiya, the cheese melts well and the crust crisps to perfection.
The downside? I just wish they were bigger. Not because they aren’t worth the money, but because they are that good. I’m glad I still have that coupon, because the verdict is that our freezer should have a half dozen of these at all times. I get a little possessive of freezer space, so that’s a big endorsement. The pizzas are scheduled to be available at all Whole Foods in September, but if you can’t wait, we’ll race you to Mustard Seed. Thanks to Tofurky for making it even easier for people interested in a vegan diet.
Over at Get Sconed!, Jess made a delicious looking salad with the Seitan Lite.
Again, I’d like to thank all of you who have left reviews at Amazon, posted about the book, or spread the word in other ways. Your support means a lot to me. Don’t have a copy of your own yet? Ask your library to order a copy, or join the American Vegan Kitchen facebook page for a chance to win a copy (coming soon!).