Somebody posts a recipe, and you, without trying it
Funny you should bring that up. We here at the Farmemrman test kitchens had just today purchased some of this Morning Star "Chicken " . This was done because most of my comments and discussions in this thread began with Thomas. You had sorta wedged in (not that Im complaining) but Thomas was talking real data and we here at the Farmerman test kitchens had to try the stuff that was made ffrom some sort of formed soy material.
I read the ingredients (all 28 lines of em) . To call this stuff "unprocessed or natural " is a real stretch. NOW, when We sent our technicians to purchase the stuff, she looked over all the offerings and chose the chicken leglets and winglets cause they looked most "interesting"
Now, My previous statement that they probably WOULD taste like Spakel :spaq 'KEL') was a bit premature I must admit to you.
1Ive never really tasted spackle so I am without reference
2There was much salt on the Morning STar product and Im certqin that the producers of spqackle do not consider flavors and spices in their mix.
3The taste was not at all like Id imagie spackle to be. In fact it was more like relly bad cutlets made of some kind of dried meat and filler.
The flavor was not enjoyable and of the three individuals who actually tasted one, only the dog finished his and I dont usually use his opinions whenever I do a food review(cause Ive caught him in the barn trying to eat a horse turd already). My wife said it tasted "horrible" , I was not as definative in my selection of descriptors. I would just say that, should I ever be presented with the opportunity to eat one of these things again, I will opt to eat the box in which they were presented.
In summary though, How deep do you expect some of us to be when faced with such a topic that sort of asks us to describe experiences and taste preferences?