Thursday, October 30, 2014

Field Roast Review

Field Roast sent us a coupon to review their burgers. Here's some info about products from their website:

Wheat Protein

The high protein in Field Roast products comes from vital wheat gluten. Vital wheat gluten is made by rinsing the starches out of a wheat dough through a kneading process using water. In a large flour mill, the process begins by mixing water into the wheat flour to make a dough.  The dough is then placed into a centrifuge where the starches are removed.  This leaves pure wheat protein that is dried and ground into Vital Wheat Gluten flour.


Vegetables are a very important part of all Field Roast products. We are able to create rich, natural flavors by using whole ingredients from the earth. Among these ingredients are Yukon gold potatoes, Washington apples, Oregon hazelnuts, butternut squash, mushrooms, red and green bell peppers, eggplant, cranberries, carrots, celery and much more.


Each Field Roast product has a unique blend of spices to compliment and enhance their natural flavors. Hints of ginger and rubbed sage are found in the Smoke Apple Sage Sausage, cumin and oregano in the Mexican Chipotle Sausage, and garlic and fennel in the Italian Sausage. A warming blend of nutmeg, ginger and black pepper is offered from the Apple Maple Breakfast Sausage.

We chose the Hand-Formed Burger for our review. Here's more info about it:

Hand-Formed Burger

We present to you a juicy burger that is full of classic burger flavor and right at home on the grill. Field Roast Burgers are pleasing sports fans across the country on stadium menus because they raise the bar on the antiquated hockey puck veggie burger we all know so well. Formed by hand in Seattle and built from barley, fresh carrots and celery, these burgers are a meat eater’s delight. Pile on your fixings or crumble into chunks for chili and you’ll believe.


Excuse the half eaten picture... I was so hungry, I forgot about the pic! hahaha

WOW! These burgers were FULL OF FLAVOR. We had our friend Spencer (who has never had a veggie burger btw) over for dinner and football game and he said he would eat them again. We were pleasantly surprised how much protein was in each burger... 22 grams! These were very tasty and we liked knowing they were full of healthy ingredients.

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