Oh that's good. I thought we had a George Forman still but must not have made it to Korea with us. Since there's no fat I can just use our griddle thing though. Think I'll get some to have on hand just in case.
current weight: 139.0
Fitness Minutes: (19,313) Posts: 1,334 2/6/12 9:58 A
I have only eaten the burger patties and cooked them on the George Forman grill. The grill is tilted so you can watch the grease pour out of a hamburger patty, but nothing comes off the MS patties. They are all vegetables.
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Fitness Minutes: (5,985) Posts: 490 2/6/12 7:07 A
This is interesting to me. I am trying not to start on yet another processed food but it would be better than pure junk until i get use to what I am doing. Do the MS or Boca have grease? Might be a crazy question since they are meatless but I just gotta know.
current weight: 139.0
Fitness Minutes: (120) Posts: 13,406 2/5/12 9:55 A
How funny--The only MS my husband eats is the sausage. He doesn't like the links but loves the patties. I ususally make him a sausage sandwich in the morning. I have to admit when I first started making it for him I did not tell him it was MS or soy.
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current weight: 202.0
Fitness Minutes: (113,652) Posts: 2,065 1/28/12 4:16 P
I am a big Morningstar fan. My family loves the chik patties and sausage links. I also eat the crumbles, chik nuggets, grilled chik patties, and buffalo wings. I love eating them. They taste so great to me.
I have recently started using them. My daughter and I both like them very much. My husband even likes them. We do like the sausage, too. We've tried several things. We have not tried the bacon....the picture looks nasty. We cook them in a little George Foreman. My daughter cooks them by herself. They are very convenient. I don't think they are "clean" food....preservatives and such but they do in a pinch. They are high protein and I am trying to add more protein to my diet. I really struggle with this. I don't think they should be made as part of a steady diet but occassionally they are fine.
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current weight: 152.0
Fitness Minutes: (19,313) Posts: 1,334 12/6/11 9:14 A
Does anyone else purchase Morning Star? I find that I like the Veggie Ribs and the Corn dogs, but my dear Hubby and I don't like the Sasuage. He loves his sauage, but the Morning star does not have that sausage taste that we all come to love.
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