BEYOND MEAT - Brat Original Sausage 4's

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Dietary Information: Contains 16g plant protein

How to use

If purchased frozen, thaw in the refrigerator before cooking and consume within 7 days. Do not refreeze. SKILLET – HEAT A NON-STICK PAN TO MEDIUM-HIGH TO HIGH HEAT AND COOK FOR ABOUT 6 MINUTES, TURNING FREQUENTLY. GRILL – PRE-HEAT COVERED GRILL TO 500°F. LIGHTLY BRUSH SAUSAGES WITH OIL, GRILL FOR ABOUT 6 MINUTES, TURNING HALFWAY THROUGH. GRIDDLE – SET NON-STICK GRIDDLE AT MAX TEMPERATURE (450-475°F), COOK FOR ABOUT 7 MINUTES, TURNING FREQUENTLY. FULLY COOK TO INTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF 73.88°C (165F).

 

About Product
Beyond Sausage Original Brat. The world's first plant-based sausage that looks, sizzles and satisfies like pork. 100% Plant-based Bratwurst styled sausages.

 

Ingredients

Water, Pea Protein Isolate, Refined Coconut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Contains 2% or less of: Rice Protein, Faba Bean Protein, Natural Flavor, Potato Starch, Salt, Fruit Juice (For Color), Vegetable Juice (For Color), Apple Fiber, Methylcellulose, Citrus Extract (To Protect Quality), Calcium Alginate Casing.

Storage Guidelines

Keep frozen, if thawed, consume within 7 days

Cooking & Preparation

SKILLET – HEAT A NON-STICK PAN TO MEDIUM-HIGH TO HIGH HEAT AND COOK FOR ABOUT 6 MINUTES, TURNING FREQUENTLY. GRILL – PRE-HEAT COVERED GRILL TO 500°F. LIGHTLY BRUSH SAUSAGES WITH OIL, GRILL FOR ABOUT 6 MINUTES, TURNING HALFWAY THROUGH. GRIDDLE – SET NON-STICK GRIDDLE AT MAX TEMPERATURE (450-475°F), COOK FOR ABOUT 7 MINUTES, TURNING FREQUENTLY. FULLY COOK TO INTERNAL TEMPERATURE OF 73.88°C (165F).

Certifications & Endorsements

Vegan, soy & gluten free, kosher certified

About the Brand

At Beyond Meat, we believe there is a better way to feed the planet. Our mission is to create The Future of Protein® – delicious plant-based burgers, sausage, crumbles, and more-- made directly from simple plantbased ingredients. By shifting from animal, to plant-based meat, we are creating one savory solution that solves four growing issues attributed to livestock production: human health, climate change, constraints on natural resources and animal welfare.