I’ve been vigorously trying to construct the perfect ‘blt’ever since finding Sweet Earth ‘Bacon’ in early December for the first time. It is a great product and will continue to purchase it. However, I’ve come to the conclusion that any ⓋLT is not perfect unless I have made my own Vegan bacon or Seican. I have a recipe map already made up, just need to pull that trigger and kill some plants! I truly hate plants and hope that they all die.
A ⓋLT (Vegan BLT) is common sense and easy to make and configure. I did make Vegan Island Dressing.
Vegan Island Dressing ingredients:
- Vegenaise, mmmm (64) @ $9.98 = $0.16 per serving
- Cucumber, deseeded & diced (4.5) @ $0.70 = $0.16 per serving
- Radish, diced (7.5) @$1.19 = $0.16 per serving
- Celery seed = $0.05 per serving (probably less)
- Seasonings: GarlicP/OnionP/Paprika/Salt/Pepper/Sugar = $0.05 per serving
- Shallot, diced (4.5) @ $0.72 = $0.16 per serving
- Sriracha (96) @ $2.97 = $0.04 per serving
- Balsamic Vinegar (32) @ $2.97 = $0.10 per serving
Prep, Mix & Spread. For roughly 88 cents per serving and for the number of servings you can have, the punch in the mouth of flavor compared to cost is unreal. Making a Vegan BLT with Vegan Island and pairing with a nice (local) IPA hits the spot so hard.
The only things that I can recommend for awesome VLTs are:
- Use fresh Veggies
- Use good Bread
- Toast the Bread
- And prep your own Veggies
- Use your imagination 🙂
ⓋLT pictures and adaptations to follow…
I’ve also found it better to use the Vegan ‘bacon’ right out of the package. I hope everyone takes pride in the Quality of their pictures as much as I do. QUALITYoverQUANTITY. Have fun & be healthy! Happy SUNDAY!