Yeah, we know. Why the hell would anyone want vegan haggis? Tis a mystery, but people do. Whether as a gag gift, or for making a lovely "jacket potato." It's not our job to ask questions, but only to serve you, our customer.
Ingredients: mixed vegetables (rutabaga, soaked kidney beans, lentils, mushrooms, dehydrated onions), water hydrogenated soybean and/or cottonseed oil, mixed nuts (peanuts, almonds, walnuts), oats, salt, spices. Free from artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives.
Posted by Mara on 25th Feb 2013
I had no idea what to expect from vegetarian haggis, and I was so wowed I *wrote a thank you letter* to the company. It is delightfully savory with complex flavors (do I detect clove?) and a little spicy kick. I'm going to make this a staple in my kitchen. The jacket potato is a good idea but I think this could make a delicious addition to poutine.
Posted by alan on 28th Sep 2011
Speechless. Is it a novelty? Not if you are a Scottish traditionalist vegan dying for a taste of the highlands. There can be only one. I mean, maybe there can be more, but I imagine this is the only one despite the obviously huge market fro vegan haggis. McWow.