We’re not vegan: We’re omnivore. We like everything.
It was love at first taste when we discovered the vegan line from the Field Roast Grain Meat Co.
We were offered a taste of “grain meat.” Not knowing what grain meat was, we thought it might be a mixture of grain and meat. Whatever it was, we loved it.
When we found out it was 100% vegan, we knew we’d found something that would enable us to enjoy meat flavor in a sustainable, plant-based form.
Whether you’re vegetarian, looking to give up meat a day or two a week to help the environment or your health, or simply looking for a new and delicious food, check out the line.
It has everything: breakfast patties, brats, burgers, deli slices, dogs and corn dogs, pepperoni, roasts, sausages, and wings.
Plus, under their Chao Creamery brand, sliced and shredded cheeses, cheese blocks, and mac and cheese.
Let us assure you: It’s so delicious we keep buying more and more.
Just in time for summer’s baseball and grilling culture, this plant-based addition to the grill brings a new level of flavor exploration to the plant-based hot dog category.
They’re our Top Pick Of The Week.
The Field Roast Signature Stadium Dog was inspired by the flavors of premium, kosher-style beef hot dogs.
And unlike other dogs that use liquid smoke for flavor, Field Roast’s dogs are smoked in a real smokehouse.
It’s the first plant-based hot dog that’s double-smoked using maple hardwood chips.
The Stadium Dog is also the first plant-based hot dog to be sold alongside traditional beef dogs on the famed Kogi Truck in California.
The Kogi Truck is the creation of Chef Roy Choi, one of the founders of the gourmet food truck movement.
The creator of the gourmet Korean-Mexican taco truck will be serving the Field Roast Stadium Dog through the late September.
It’s topped with Chef Choi’s own spin:
His signature Kogi slaw; cilantro-onion lime relish; salsas roja, verde and naranja; roasted sesame seeds; smothered with melted Chao Creamery dairy-free cheese and nestled in a toasted bun.
Here are two more topping ideas from Field Roast:
The Field Roast Signature Stadium Dog is the first plant-based hot dog to be made from pea protein, rather than soy.
It delivers the same amount of protein per serving as most traditional hot dogs while containing less sodium.
The skinless dogs are double-smoked using maple hardwood chips and a combination of steam and dry heat.
They deliver a flavor and a texture experience that you’ll crave, whether you’re feastomg indoors outdoors.
The entire Field Roast line is vegan-certified and Non-GMO; all natural with no added nitrites or nitrates
The Field Roast Signature Stadium Dog is currently available for purchase online and in retail stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Wegmans and Sprouts. It’s $ 6.99 per 10-ounce package (six dogs).