Beyond Beef Plant-Based Ground 20G

by Beyond Meat
4.46 (294)
  • Is Beyond Beef Plant-Based Ground 20G vegan? Yes! Beyond Beef Plant-Based Ground 20G is certified vegan by the abillion communityVEGAN
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Oh boy, what a treat! I bought Beyond Beef on discount and could make so

many things with it. I made cheesy pasta, tomato sauce pasta with meatballs, Sloppy Joes and my first ever lasagne!!! Used @abillion10 recipes for Sloppy Joes and lasagne as references. Oh boy, it is so cool to have meat without harming animals, high in protein too. I would like to learn about how to season it though, especially for the meatballs. I rolled them without flour and they could hold, but were a little dry. As for the lasagne I made the filling first which went in the Sloppy Joes and then I baked the lasagne. Yum yum!!! The mince goes soooo well with shiitake mushrooms and edamame. This is truly #veganheaven #beyondmeat #veganisnotscary

Part 2 of my burrito roll wrap 🌯 shenanigans 😎 I’ve had this block of

#beyondmeat beef ground sitting in my freezer for quite a while now but just didn’t know what to do with it 🤷‍♀️ It seems like every time I end up trying out a #fakemeat beef ground I end up making something Mexican-esque, the last being a chilli I made with the #impossible beef ground. Toe to toe, I do think that the impossible beef ground tastes a lot better & more comparable to actual beef while this definitely has a more sweet artificial taste to it 🤷‍♀️ Picture 2 shows how it looks like defrosted, quite artificial & akin to the mush people allegedly say all fast foods are made from 😂 It’s hardly grainly like you’d expect ground/minced beef to be & more like really cheap chicken mince. It does cook very well & easily though, with me not having to add any oil to it at all because it is already quite oily on its own. You can tell from picture 3 that you’re working something that does tend to clump, so I can imagine this working better for meat-derived dishes like meatballs, burgers, & such but perhaps not for beef fried rice 🐄 It worked out just fine for my wrap & kudos to #beyondmeat for another great #fakemeat 🤪 #helpindiabreathe #tiledreview

We use this product for chili, pasta, lasagna and it's just so good!! My friends

really can't tell the difference in flavor and texture from real meat. It's really tasty. This product was as good as expected.
The presentation and package is ok, nothing special, looks like a block of regular beef, but it does have all the important information.
It is expensive but I think it is worth it to have every once in a while. We got it at Whole Foods for like $9 I think.
We all know Beyond is one of the top vegan-friendly brands out there, we love it!

#veganbeef #beyondmeat #beyondbeef #beef #vegangroundbeef

Both Beyond Meat and Impossible have incredible products that I enjoy on occasion and especially

like to use when preparing a vegan meal or spread for non-vegans. I have a preference for one or the other depending on the products and my “beef” or hamburger preference is Impossible. Since my preference this for type of product is Impossible, I haven’t had this latest (2021) formula of Beyond Beef before.

I’ve always liked Beyond Beef, but most often opt for Impossible because of Beyond’s very specific and recognizable flavor. I feel as though the flavor lends itself well to a chili, tacos, burgers or other dish where a smoky flavor works — but is awkward for a meatloaf, meatballs, dumplings or others where this taste is distracting.

I feel this latest version has tamed that “Beyond” taste to a degree. I did use this for a taco salad and burgers, though, rather than the dishes I’d typically avoid using it for anyway. It also seems as though the texture has changed a bit (perhaps to a reduction in fat).

My preference for Impossible remains strong as I prefer the flavor and texture. If I’m trying to be more health or financially conscious I’m happy to use TVP or tofu for some of dishes that “beef” could be used for but when I want a showstopper for myself or others I’ll grab Impossible for the most part….though great to know that this product is now a bit less recognizably flavored as price may sometimes need to dictate the decision! I was lucky to get this at a great price, which spurred the purchase and revisit!

$1.99 at Grocery Outlet


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