This Isn't Bacon Plant-Based Rashers - Vegan Foods for Life

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This Isn't Bacon Plant-Based Rashers


I was given a pack of these to try and whilst I am not a fan of prepackaged foods 'at all' ........ I have to share that I do like "This Isn't Bacon Plant-Based Rashers".

I just had a delicious mixed salad of baby tomatos, cucumber, red/yellow/orange peppers, beetroot, spring onion and lambs lettuce dressed with white balsamic vinegar and and topped it with these (fried until slightly crispy in avocado oil), some nutritional yeast flakes and toasted corn. It was surprisingly good.

Has anyone else tried them?


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Oh wow that's so interesting. I haven't seen them or heard of them.

Lots of people think they will miss bacon when going vegan so sound like a good idea.

Your lunch sounds delicious.


Thank you for sharing this. I normally make all my own food as I've been following the low fodmap diet for IBS but I'll look at these to see what's in them.

Your salad sounds delicious.😋

Alicia 🙏😊

Damn it, I can't have them as they have pea protein in them.😔

Ouch.... feel for you Crazy fitness

crazyfitnessStar in reply to Itsmesally

Thank you, much appreciated :)

Some information from the web: -


Water, Soya Protein Concentrate (22%), Soya Protein Isolate (7%), Flavouring, Pea Protein Isolate (4%), Vegetable Extracts (Radish, Carrot, Paprika), Potato Starch, Salt, Rapeseed Oil, Maltodextrin, Iron, Vitamin B12

Allergen Information

Contains Soya

Produced in an environment that also handles Gluten

Dietary Information

Suitable for Vegetarians; Suitable for Vegans; Low Fat


High in protein (24.5g protein/100g)

Fortified with Iron & Vitamin B12

GMO & nitrate free

Low in fat

Low in salt


Minimal CO2 emissions and water usage in production vs. meat

All ingredients are sustainably sourced

High in protein, Vitamin B12 & iron, Proudly GMO-free, Suitable for vegetarians & vegans

Typical Values per 100g

Energy kJ 638

Energy kcal 152

Fat 1.2g

(of which Saturates) 0.3g

Carbohydrate 10.6g

(of which Sugars) 1.3g

Protein 24.5g

Salt 2.7g

Iron 3.8mg (27%)*

Vitamin B12 0.7µg (27%)*

*RI% = Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)

Thank you and yes it's the damned pea protein again, they seem to put it in all Vegan food. Really appreciate you listing this above. :)

AgoodenoughAdministrator in reply to crazyfitness

It’s a shame you can’t have pea protein. I think pea milk is becoming a “thing” Supposed to be very nice 😏

crazyfitnessStar in reply to Agoodenough

It really is and is in so much. I wrote to a couple of companies telling them about low fodmap and what a problem lead protein can be. I got a response from both, we'll wait and see if anything happens.

I'd never tried pea milk but I have peanuts to make some peanut milk.

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