Meaty Grilled Cheese n Crackers

So, I mentioned earlier I got my hands on a box of Earth Balance cheddar flavor squares. Of course they’re great right out of the box, but what else can you do with them? I filled a grilled (Daiya) cheese sandwich with them!

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A few slices of Tofurky Roast Beef-style deli slices, a handful of crackers, and a handful of shredded Daiya cheddar. Processed food at its finest.

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The crackers give the sandwich a little extra saltiness, and a nice crunch.

Oh yeah, funny story about this bread. As I was about to put it away I noticed the ingredient list on the bag. I said to the BFF, “Look how many ingredients are in this bread! There must be at least 27 ingredients, it’s ridiculous!!!” (27 is the number I like to use to describe an excessive amount) We then complained about store bought bread and talked about how we know we should be baking our own bread at home for this very reason (well, plus freshly-baked bread is just wonderful). Then I turned the bag over. It was 24 grain bread. I didn’t know there that many grains. It was good bread.

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  1. Awesomesauce!! LOL We LOVE processed vegan stuff LOL too much – probably why I am still fat after becoming Vegan (year and 2 months) LOL Made pizza the other night and shredded my own ‘cheeze’ – the blocks we have been buying are so yummy too…I cannot remember the brand I will have to get that to you. We love Daiya too…too much for sure LOL

    • Haha, I KNOW! I’ve gained 10 pounds since going vegan – part of it is probably just from getting older (it’s been 16 years), but…most of it is just from stuffing my face 😀 But I tell myself if I weren’t vegan I probably would’ve gained at least 20 or 30 pounds by now, so it’s not *so* bad!

  2. That looks yummy! I want to find that sliced roast-beef Tofurkey in GR – maybe Harvest Health? What kind of bread is that??

    • Yes, I *think* I’ve seen that Tofurky at Harvest Health, and possibly at Apple Valley Health Foods. I’m not sure on the bread, I’ve only ever seen it in OR. I’ll see if I can find the brand.

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