Reviews (4)

First Review by Marzipan

what a shame - Edit

Seitan is flour and water, and any seasoning you fancy. It costs pennies and is so easy to make yourself! Im a rubbish cook and can make great tasting seitan. Would love to see this wonderful versatile product honestly represented, and not ridiculously overpriced/overpackaged.

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Food magicians - Edit

It's almost as pleasant watching people queue for their food - indicating the popularity - as it stuffing one of their sandwiches into my own face. They've only been on the vegan scene for a year and I can't remember when their food wasn't around. They seem to be at every vegan stall going on in the UK and when they're not they're creating vegan "Egs" (like replicas which ooze a yellow yolk type liquid, not yellow powder in a bag), and meatfree products which are delicious in their own right - not necessarily replacing meat.

Today - at Dundee's first ever vegan festival - I tried one of their burgers, which was moist and tasty. No fancy bun needed, just a regular roll and some salad on top. I'm excited to see what they come up with for Vegfest Scotland in a couple of weeks.

Updated from previous review on 2016-11-20

Pros: Creative combinations + flavours, Supplied to many local health stores + coffee shop

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Vegan Butchers - Edit

these lovely Italian people became fed up with constant bad weather in Italy so decided to pack their bags and move to sunny Scotland.
A hard working pair producing a variety of vegan mheat, never standing still(maybe on some market days when they have sold out) and experimenting with new ideas have been a breath of fresh air on the Vegan/veggie scene in Scotland.
Italian passion mixed with a non stop work ethos has seen them grow and improve constantly. From burgers to bacon, spack to a hot chilli steak these peeps with sort you out for your plant based diet.
if you love a meat alternative, you will love mheat.

Pros: tasty, great people, always looking to improve.

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Burgers no-one has to die for! - Edit

Sgaia - pronounced 'sga-ee-ah' is a word in Venetian dialect to describe someone who is cheerful, animated and positive. This sums up the lovely Hilary & Alberto - the brains behind these incredible products.

I have never really felt the need to eat meat-like things, simply because I love veggies & pulses so much, so when I first saw Sgaia back in Dec 2015 at The Flying Duck I wasn't desperate to try the products.

However, after sampling some of the products they had to offer, I was pleasantly surprised by how tasty it was. So whether you're looking for bacon for a breakfast roll or steak for a romantic dinner, Sgaia has it all.

Pros: Tasty, Huge range of to choose from!, Service with the biggest smiles ever!

Cons: Not enough stockists yet!

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