Hungry Planet Ground Pork™ is plant-based meat that stores, prepares, cooks and tastes just like conventional lean pork. Chef-crafted to be delicious, versatile, and healthful, Hungry Planet Ground Pork™ is perfect for potstickers, meatballs, pastas, fried rice, or any disch normally requiring conventional pork. Packed with protein and fiber, with fewer calories and less fat (no saturated) than conventional and competitor products, it's the healthful way to be kinder to our planet.
Large 12 oz. (453g) packages are $10.29 each.
Water, Textured Wheat Protein, Soy Protein Concentrate, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavor, Modified Vegetable Gum. Contains : Wheat, Soy
It tasted a little rubbery like Seitan. but I agree with another person, it needs a little moisture, I just did a little salt, pepper and paprika and made into small filets. Pleasantly surprised how they tasted like a pork chop. will buy again soon.
Needs moistening agent before cooking. Added avocado oil (apple sauce could be substituted) and a good splash of dry vermouth. Plentiful spices according to taste. Rolled into a log. Brushed with olive oil. Baked at 350 for 30 minutes, convection. Made vegan gravy. Served with boiled new potatoes and German-style red cabbage. Outstanding.
I mix dried rosemary, either powdered or flaked (and rather a lot of it), with the ground porkless, shape it like little porkchops, and pan fry it. Then I serve it with a red cabbage slaw: 1/2 head thinly sliced red cabbage, a shallot or two, olive oil, a sweet balsamic vinegar, 1/2 tsp lemon juice, salt, pepper, and more rosemary. It's simply divine.
I first tried the "pork" a long while ago for as part of my birthday vegan package. My fiance, versed in cooking prepared them with garlic and mushroom and haven't had pork in year with just the right amount of spice and herbs it tasted great. I would def recommend as I am buying it again, a bit costly but it is worth it.