Vegan Recipes: National Hot Dog Day
Posted on July 23, 2015
The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council has designated July as Hot Dog Month. Along with that, on July 23, America annually celebrates one of it’s favorite foods, the hot dog, as it is National Hot Dog Day.
They’re soy-free (if you use coconut aminos), low in sodium, and added sugar-free.
These hot dogs are delicious, definitely a step above those you buy in the grocery store and isolated soy free. These may have twice the calories of the store bought ones but they are almost twice the size.
While these dogs are easy to make they are time consuming. You will have to precook them and then let them sit in a marinade for 24 hours.
Make your own vegan hot dogs! This delicious veggie hot dogs (made with almond meal, tofu, and vital wheat gluten) are great if you want a break from the various store bought ones.
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