Is This The Most Disgusting Vegan Product Ever?

Decades ago vegan burgers were invented. Then came vegan milks. Vegan butters and creams are growing now. But none of those come close to this. Mind Blown!

When I first went vegan I was amazed by all of the many vegan ‘meats’ there available in the supermarket. I know there was a time when they were new and people were amazing by them. Now we just expect them to exist and taste amazing. And most of them do.

Lately the new vegan butters and creams out there are making vegan baking so much easier for a lot of people. I don’t really think we should be eating very much processed vegan butter. But if you are going to bake an occasional treat it sure makes things easier.

And of course the new vegan coffee creamers and vegan whipped cream products are just simply amazing. It really is easier than every to switch over to a vegan diet and lifestyle. None of those things will prepare you for this vegan invention. I’m not even sure we want it or need it. It’s either really gross or the most brilliant invention ever!

Imagine the most disgusting standard American diet possible. Get that picture in your head. Now think of the most disgusting ingredient ever for cooking most of those foods. Do you have it? Are you thinking about it? Now click next page below and see if you guessed it. Many vegans are eating it. I would never touch it! Check it out and comment what you think on the next page below.

111 thoughts on “Is This The Most Disgusting Vegan Product Ever?”

  1. David Marshall via Facebook

    I’m very happy with my whole foods plant based diet. I try as much as possible to avoid the substitute meats, cheeses, and other such products and processed foods. I don’t trust all the chemicals, preservatives, and other additives. It took me a while, but I adjusted to my plate/bowl looking different from the meat/starch/vegetable/bread paradigm I was raised with.

  2. Becca Polard via Facebook

    My husband just ordered this online the other day WITHOUT consulting me and without even asking what/why/how I would use it. He got an ear full. 🙁

  3. Nicole Mora via Facebook

    I doubt people are going to buy that, and I never liked bacon so I would defiantly not buy that! How do you even make that?

  4. Greg Polard via Facebook

    This was created by a vegan guy who’s been in touring bands for the last 20+ years who wanted to have something to replicate the comfort food that he could never have on the road.

  5. Jessica Charles via Facebook

    I think one of the best parts of a no meat diet is never having to eat crap like that! I don’t miss anything like that& agree w/ most everyone’s opinion of ewww! But, I did meet a recent turned vegetarian who still wants her food to resemble/ taste like meat, so perhaps if this helps someone let the real pigs live then it’s a great invention!

  6. Kristan Brumley via Facebook

    Haha. Did anyone check the ingredient list? I eat mostly plant based and it doesn’t seem nearly as bad a most processed stuff. I don’t think I’d use it but had to check the ingredients before reacting.

    Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Non-GMO Soy Protein, Sea Salt, Pure Maple Syrup, Black Pepper, Onion, Garlic, Torula Yeast, Natural Smoke Flavour.
    Allergens: Soy, Tree Nuts (Coconut)

  7. Sebastian S. Schroeder-Jackson via Facebook

    Ew. I can’t imagine what I would use this for? I avoid fake meat for the most part, anyway… usually only eat them at family gatherings when family goes out of their way to include me in their meal preparation by buying vegan meat. And bacon grease is gross, so vegan bacon grease is gross…

  8. I don’t eat processed food, except for the occasional vegan dish I happen to get lucky at a restaurant on a night out…but i feel offering alternatives to regular meat and diary is nesscessary. Its too radical to expect people to switch from processed meat and diary to fruits and veggies right away. I refer to the processed vegan foods as “transition food” lol.

  9. Niki Sanders via Facebook

    This is great for transitioning vegans who don’t want to feel like they are giving up some of the things they love. I grew up in a household of southerners and I wish we had this growing up.

  10. Marivonne Rodriguez via Facebook

    I think it’s good for transitioners. But I’m kinda on the fence on this one. The name and visual are off-putting to me after not having eaten like that for 3 yrs.

  11. Emily Maupin via Facebook

    I can’t think of a recipe that I would need to use bacon grease but at least I have the option lol

  12. Penni Presutti via Facebook

    I’m all for it. If it influences at least one person to go to the other side then it was worth it.

  13. Glenn Wenzel via Facebook

    Emily, would love to try it for my collard greens. I MISS bacon. The plant based bacon substitutes are just terrible.

  14. Becca Polard via Facebook

    My husband ordered it. We own it. He likes it. I do not. It is coconut oil based, with seasonings like the ones usually used with real and faux bacon and it contains little chunks of soy bacon bits. Since I didn’t use bacon grease prior to going vegetarian and them vegan, I didn’t know how to use it, but many suggested uses for me including hashbrowns, popcorn, collard greens and Brussels Sprouts (which…personally…since I didn’t like it much…I won’t be using it for). Husband and I have different tastes and vegan desires…so…I can see why this exists. If you’re not interested, don’t get it, but if bacon grease is a comfort/memory (especially if you’re a Southerner and/or you like comfort foods) for you, you may really want it in your cabinet or you can just make it with your own coconut oil and the spices in your cabinet and obtain the same product.

  15. Kelly Podolak Pierson via Facebook

    Hmmm. Seems like a good transitional product for someone used to the Standard American Diet. I grew up eating healthy, and became veg at 16. I’d have no idea how to use this.

  16. I just don’t get it. If you are vegan for the animals why would you even want anything that tastes like meat? I can understand people who have to be vegan because of their health but for those of us who are animal activists I don’t get it

  17. Shannon Fleuter via Facebook

    Nah! I’d rather not “replace” anything when going vegan. But rather be creative and use ingredients that are more plant friendly.

  18. Jeanna Rang via Facebook

    Saves an animal but certainly does not save your health. I say stay far away from this. I work in cardiology and this will be one more crap product added to the vessels. I stress prevention and reversal of heart disease through diet and exercise. This is just an easy button to make people feel good about their diet and what they had to give up instead of approaching it as a healthier lifestyle.

  19. Meg Kirby via Facebook

    I am so excited! A friend shared this with me and I am a southern girl! The thought of bacon gravy with biscuits is amazing!!! Or green beans with this and a little hickory smoked salt!!! #mouthwatering

  20. not that i made a lot of it, but i always saved my bacon grease. my father was hungarian and they use it in EVERYTHING. vegan now & now i can try to make some of those dishes i had as a child but could no longer recreate, i’ve tried using liquid smoke which is similar, but i can’t wait to try this. no animals will be harmed, to each his own 🙂

  21. Well I grew up eating dishes with bacon grease and continued cooking with it until I quit eating pork a few years ago. But I will definitely try it. My grandson and I have been excited about it ever since we heard about it. And if it’s good I think it will be a great new vegan addition.

  22. Im totally ok with that. Would definetly try it. Also the more products come out that can replace, the more people give vegetarianism or veganism a chance. And that is important! Its about life and death, about people realizing that they treat animals cruel and that it needs to stop!

  23. Nancy Ann via Facebook

    People are reacting to the name. Read the ingredients. It is basically smoke- and spice-infused coconut and soybean oil.

  24. As long as a product was made cruelty free I dont see the problem. I think its rather safe to say that a large amount of people who decided to go vegetarian or vegan chose so because they hate death and torture not because they dont find it tasty. Broadening the spectrum of animal free products makes it much easier to make the change

  25. I would love to try this product. I live in the south. I would use it in many ways, in my biscuit recipe – simmering in my baby lima beans – black Eyed peas – cabbage. The ingredient list is healthy. People should read it before passing judgment.

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