Tofurky Pizza and Blog Evolution
I have to admit, this thing has been in my freezer for quite some time.
I was really excited when I heard that the vegan Tofurky Pizza finally came out and were being carried at my local Whole Foods Market. The best selling point for this pizza is the Daiya cheese, which is the best vegan cheese (for pizza) on the market, in my opinion. I tried it on a homemade pizza once and it was delicious.
I didn’t care much for the high price of this item (around $7) but you have to factor convenience into the cost. This would feed me for at least two meals and only took 12 minutes to cook in the oven. No time spent on preparation or chopping veggies for toppings.
I decided to get the Italian “Sausage” and Fire Roasted Veggie because a plain cheese pizza just sounded boring to me and the only other choice was pepperoni. I need my veggies! Plus, this may be the only time I try this product so I had to go all out!
- I liked that the crust was thin and got a little crispy thanks to my cooking it directly on the oven rack.
- The vegetables were delicious!
- Short cooking time and easy to cut with my pizza cutter.
And the Not-So-Good:
- Even though this pizza tasted decent, it probably still isn’t worth $7.
- There was not nearly enough Daiya cheese on this pizza.
- The Italian sausage was just okay, I expected it to be a bit more flavorful.
I would probably buy this product again, perhaps another variety, if I need to get a vegan pizza to go and the store I am at is all out of Amy’s No Cheese Roasted Vegetable Pizza. The sauce they use on that pizza is so good, you don’t even need non-dairy cheese.
I had the leftovers for lunch today and I have to stick by my “just okay” review. But I’m glad I finally tried it!
Have any of you tried the Tofurky pizza? Did you like it?
I have not been blogging a whole lot the past few months and it’s had me doing a lot of thinking regarding this blog and it’s future. By the way, I’m happily taking suggestions on name changes. Ha.
I feel like in many ways, I have moved away from what this blog was originally intended for (an accountability/food journal) and that’s okay. A lot has changed in the past two and a half years that I’ve been blogging here.
But what hasn’t changed is that I still love to write and share the things I enjoy with people, which is what I want to continue to do here. I love this community!
While my weight loss is a big part of my “story” and a reason for blogging, I don’t want to focus on that so much anymore. I still struggle sometimes to maintain my weight but I’m in a good place now and have another system of accountability that is working well for me now.
I also went vegan more than a year ago and so much about that has changed my life and my views on a lot of things regarding food, health and other topics.
So anyway, please be patient with me as I work out the kinks and decide how best to move this blog forward. And if you have any advice, I’ll at least consider it