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Vegetarian Journal's Foodservice Update
Healthy Tips and Recipes for Institutions

Volume VI, Number 2  Spring 1998  

VEGAN FOOD PRODUCTS
AVAILABLE IN FOODSERVICE SIZE

SEASONINGS
San-J International, Inc., 2880 Sprouse Dr., Richmond VA 23231; (804) 226-8333; offers a wide selection of sauces you can use on many different types of vegetarian dishes. You’ll find Tamari, Reduced Sodium Tamari, Teriyaki, Hot and Spicy Szechuan Sauce, and Thai Peanut Sauce. All come in 5-ounce, 10-ounce, 64-ounce, and 5-gallon size containers.

GOURMET CHIPS
Readers may recall seeing Terra Chips made out of taro, sweet potatoes, and other vegetables. These beautiful looking and absolutely delicious chips are available now to foodservice only in a julienne rendition. Cut into matchstick size, these chips can be used as an alternative to croutons in salads, as a colorful garnish alongside entrees, tossed in with popcorn to add color, or as a side to sandwiches. Each case contains four 16-ounce bags. For further information contact Dana Alexander Incorporated, 39 Norman Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11222; or call (718) 349-7171.

CONVENIENT WAY TO MAKE VEGAN "MEATBALLS" USING WORTHINGTON FOODS’ BETTER’N BURGERS®
Worthington Foods offers forty-eight 3-ounce Better’n Burgers® per case order. This fat-free vegan burger can be served on a bun with your favorite toppings. For savory vegan "meatballs" you can defrost these burgers and roll them into bite-size pieces. Bake the "meatballs" and serve them with barbecue sauce. They’re absolutely delicious!

VEGAN HEARTYBURGER®
Gardenburger (formerly Wholesome and Hearty) now offers a vegan burger for foodservice that is both fat-free and cholesterol-free. The primary ingredients for this new burger are soy protein concentrate and modified wheat gluten. The burger can be placed frozen on a lightly oiled griddle and heated for approximately 3-5 minutes on each side before serving. The burger can also be prepared over a grill. Each case contains forty-eight 2.5-ounce burgers. For infor-mation call Gardenburger at (800) 636-0109.


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