NEW Gourmet Vegan Roasts this Holiday!

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NEW Gourmet Vegan Roasts this Holiday!

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As Fall settles in and November grows near, the thought of holiday food is on the mind. We’ve been busy gathering new ingredients and stuffing our facility with delicious food to send out. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we want to tell you about the new gourmet roasts we’ve created for you!

Field Roast has been making stuffed vegetarian roasts for over 12 years and recently put a lot of heart into expanding these options. Knowing that the food preferences of those surrounding a Thanksgiving table vary greatly, we want to make stuffed roasts that are decadent and deliciously appealing to anyone. Gone are the days of fake turkeys and “substitutes” – these roasts raise the bar for vegan options.

One more thing. Food brings friends and family together no matter the occasion, so we’ve decided to offer our entire line of stuffed roasts year-round!

New! Smokey Forager’s Roast with Pineapple Mustard Glaze

Inspired by the Pacific Northwest, we’ve gathered foraged chanterelle mushrooms and wild huckleberries. These special ingredients accent a traditional bread and wild rice stuffing wrapped in a rich smokey tomato grain meat seasoned with our own special blend of spices. Brush with Pineapple Mustard Glaze to add a sweet and savory finish. We are very proud to offer you the most decadent vegan roast to enjoy with loved ones this season.
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New! Celebration Roast with Traditional Bread Stuffing
and Porcini Mushroom Gravy

Delightfully seasoned with rubbed sage, garlic and lemon juice, this evolution of our classic Celebration Roast features a traditional bread stuffing made with fresh onions, celery, cranberries and butternut squash. As a special accompaniment to the roast, we offer you the perfect portion of our Porcini Mushroom Gravy. Simmered on the stovetop, the gravy combines the dark, rich, earthy flavor of porcini mushrooms with diced shiitakes to create the ultimate vegan gravy. Isn’t everything better with gravy?

 

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Hazelnut Cranberry Roast en Croute

Once made exclusively for the holidays, our customers would wait year-round for the Hazelnut Cranberry Roast En Croute! It is the perfect centerpiece and most sophisticated comfort food. This vegetarian roast holds a lot of flavor! Rich, hazelnut-infused grain meat stuffed with Field Roast sausages, crystallized ginger, cranberries and apples – all wrapped in a savory puff pastry.

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Classic Celebration Roast 

This stuffed Celebration Roast was introduced in 2003 and continues to be a classic favorite. We start with a rich and savory sausage-style stuffing made from Field Roast grain meat, butternut squash, mushrooms and Granny Smith apples seasoned with a blend of rosemary, thyme and sage. We then surround the stuffing with our most luxuriant grain meat seasoned with rubbed sage, garlic and lemon juice. As a centerpiece, appetizer or sliced in a sandwich, our Celebration Roast is great for any occasion.

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We hope you have the chance to try all of our gourmet stuffed roasts this year. Please ask your store when they’ll have them in stock! Share your feedback with us below or on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

This entry is filed under Product Highlights and News, Special Occasions and tagged field roast, vegan thanksgiving, celebration roast, vegetarian thanksgiving, vegan holiday, vegetarian holiday, vegan roast, vegetarian roast, forager roast, hazelnut cranberry roast, gourmet vegan food, vegan centerpiece, vegetarian centerpiece.

NEW Gourmet Vegan Roasts this Holiday!

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Eric

Those new additions look fantastic, and I'm super excited you're making them all year long now

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Debbie menzel

Just wondering if field roast will ever make it to Australia? Please say yes!

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Teena

Thank you for giving me a delicious alternative for the holidays. Even my non vegan family/friends like it! I love all of your products so far I just wish my area stores would carry them.

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Shannon

I was hoping the "surprise" would be that you've finally developed a gluten-free holiday roast. Come on, guys. PLEASE??

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Mel

Yeah, me too! Two of my kids have celiac disease. There are few meat alternative options for them.

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Shannon

Mel, check out the blog The V Word. Rhea, the author, has some pretty impressive gluten free vegan meat recipes.

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brandy

i'm sorry, but your best bet is to just eat veggies. most meat substitutes are soy, grain gluten, or corn based.

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Shannon

Hi Brandy, yes, I'm quite aware that most vegan meat substitutes are made with gluten. I teach vegan cooking. Soy and corn are not problems. My point was that other companies are figuring out how to make vegan meat products WITHOUT GLUTEN, so you'd think companies like Field Roast and Gardein and Tofurkey would get on the ball and realize that they are missing out on a whole huge customer base by not developing more gluten free items, ESPECIALLY holiday roasts.

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Shannon

Also, I'm a chef and I never "just eat veggies," LOL.

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Nicole

Beyond Meat offers strips and crumbles that are gluten free. It isn't the same as a roast, I know, but you could easily make a very holiday roast inspired dish using some of their products. You could even cut/marinade the strips, toss them into a dressing. http://beyondmeat.com/products

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Shannon

Hi Nicole, thanks, I'm aware of pretty much every gluten free vegan meat out there :-) I'm a vegan lifestyle and nutrition counselor and teach vegan cooking classes, and am actually working on developing a gluten free holiday roast type product, but it seems absolutely ridiculous to me that companies like Field Roast, Gardein, and Tofurkey are totally missing the boat on catering to (and profiting from!) customers who want more gluten free vegan meats and especially holiday type items like these "roasts." If Beyond Meat can make such an impressive chicken-style product using pea and soy proteins, it seems like it would be very easy for these other companies to develop similar items.

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Peaches

Hey Shannon, I am so excited that you are thinking of gluten free recipes to share as a chef....look forward to you knocking the well-known brands out of the park one day with your gluten free fare. Happy to test :)

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amanda

I made this for Thanksgiving and it was good - had all the reminiscent flavours http://www.nasoya.com/recipes/tofu-turkey-casserole

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Shannon

Thanks, Amanda I'll check that out!

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Melaney

Yes, Please! I've been looking for gluten free roasts too. I keep hoping each year that it will happen... I just end up making my own.

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Louia

Yummy, dunno which one to get..hhmmm I guess I'll just have to get one of each :-)....Thanks for the variety of options..Love you guys.

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Amy

I'm a vegetarian that can't eat soy so am continuously grateful for the options that you provide. Thank you!

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Jim

Are these organic at all?

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Page

I just wish I could find these in stores near me. Can't stand Tofurky and that seems that is all the local stores carry.

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Rowan

I'm so excited! I'm going to pick one of these up for the holidays, for sure! I know some people are disappointed they are made out of gluten, but gluten-based veggie meats are the absolute bomb! I love making homemade seitan - it provides the best flavor, texture, and protein content. Keep doing what ya doing and sorry for the negativity on your pages :(

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Cindy Orlando

Just bout their burgers. Could not believe how good they are, but surprised they use palm oil

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carol

The products look amazing and delicious. I am a vegetarian but can not eat any soy products. Is there soy in any of your products?

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David Wolf

Hi Carol,

There isn't any soy in our grain meat products, but our Chao slices do contain soy.

Thanks,
David Wolf

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Callie

Is the celebration roast traditional bread stuffing gravy, gluten free?

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David Wolf

Hi Callie,

Our grain meat products all contain gluten, but our Chao slices are gluten-free. Hope that helps!

Warm regards,
David Wolf

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Leliu

Why even eat the fake meat at all or meat substitute it's gross! Tofurkey or Seitan anything they make so it looks and taste like meat. If your going to tout being a true vegan you would not be eating this stuff either. I am slowly becoming raw/vegan so this stuf doesn't help me at all it only tempts me. Especially when I see a pepperoni pizza ok! Please don't attack me I'm just saying why bother with it! It's processed right?

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Peaches

Hey Leliu! Your comments do not deserve attack at all....simply guidance. Being a vegan or not eating meat does not mean that you wont eat processed food. As a non meat eater for 30+ years ( I am 45) I can tell you that the journey begins with small -positive steps. As these foods are all veggie, I cannot see why you would consider them gross? Especially without trying. I cannot eat soy, do not like Tofurkey, nor seitan -yet have found that ground breaking chefs all across the world are using vegetables in a new and exciting ways. Field Roast is at the head of the game. NONE of these foods taste like meat to me, rather, they use the same seasonings as some of the meat products out there. A great way to transition from meat to all veggies-not gross -at all. Try them before you judge them-in your journey if u dont like-try something else. Just dont eat meat;)

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Andrea Gipson

Hi Leliu, Meat substitute meaning Vegetables are GROSS?? Nothing could be more GROSS than eating DEAD ANIMALS

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Michael

Why don't you people let us purchase your products through your website!!!!????
The stores you list as carrying your products, don't!!!! The salespeople representing your company in these areas should be FIRED!!!

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David Wolf

Hi Michael,

Thanks for the feedback! We are a small family producer, based in Seattle, and have grown tremendously over the last few years. We aren't able to sell direct to customers at this time and feel that our distribution partners are the best way to get our products to as many customers as possible. One option you could try is purchasing through our online retailers: http://fieldroast.com/where-to-buy/online-retailers/

Our store locator lists places that carry Field Roast, but that doesn't mean they carry the entire line and we are working on making it more up to date.

I'm adding your feedback to our suggestion log which is reviewed regularly by the staff.

Best,
David Wolf

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Andrea Gipson

what could be more gross than eating a dead animal flesh, think about it.

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Jarmo

So what's your point? This is a site by a vegan roast manufacturer, so I suppose people who look at this site do agree.

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Michael Ito

I can't find a store that carries your celebration roast. i looked it up on your website and in Baltimore the Whole Foods store said that they only get it at Thanksgiving and Christmas; the safeway (at least the people i talked to) didn't even know what i was talking about. i was trying to get one for my daugher and her husband, who are both vegan, for Easter dinner next week!

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David Wolf

Hi Michael,

Our 1lb Celebration Roast should be sold refrigerated where the other vegan products are at Whole Foods. Hope that helps!

Warm regards,
David Wolf

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Jon Schraft

I tossed your Vegetarian Holiday Roast (with the mushroom gravy) into a crock pot this morning with some potatoes & carrots and I just wanted to say it's absolutely delicious! Thanks for a great meal!

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David Wolf

That sounds amazing - thanks for sharing! It's definitely one of our favorite ways of preparing the roast.

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Maryna

Just tasted HAZELNUT CRANBERRY ROAST EN CROUTE and found it uneatable. Sorry but it was bad.

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David Wolf

Sorry for your less than great experience! Please email us at contact@fieldrost.com so we can make it right.

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Cosima

Are any of your recipes gluten-free yet? I have celiac disease and eat a mostly vegan diet. I usually can only buy Beyond Meat products, but I hear yours are amazing too. Would love to be able to try them <3

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David Wolf

Thanks for reaching out! We're the grain meat company, so that's really not our focus. In any case, I've taken down your feedback in our suggestion log, which is reviewed regularly by the R&D staff. As a note, our Chao Slices are gluten-free!

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Crista

There are many types of flours you can use that are free of gluten. That is fine if that is what you want to focus on but you will find many people who are on a vegan diet are also gluten free. The resistance to be innovative on your part David is a bit frustrating. Hoping Field Roast will be more open to the idea in the future.

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David Wolf

We hear your feedback and have passed it on to our R&D staff. Thanks for caring and have a great day!

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Heidi

Hi- I cannot find cooking instructions for the 1 lb field roast celebration. :( I thought it said 30-40 at 325 but think I may be wrong, or it supposed to be thawed, etc. The large roast is much different. Mine 1 lb is currently unhappy so please consider putting basic cooking instructions next to the products. Thx!

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David Wolf

Hello, Heidi! The directions are actually on the label on the back of the Celebration Roast 1 lb. On the side, it also says, "Keep Refrigerated."

As you mentioned, the Oven directions are: Preheat oven to 325°F. Place roast in pan, baste with broth or oil and herbs, and reheat until warmed through (30-40 min). If you were unsatisfied with how the roast turned out, please send us an email at contact@fieldroast.com so we can make it right.

Best,
David Wolf

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