Are you looking to eat less meat, but still love hot dogs?
Going to a bbq and can’t stand the thought of pork by products in your bun? Are you wanting a more sustainable way of eating food, that still tastes great? What to do? Try LifeLight hot dogs.
Lightlife began in western Massachusetts in 1979 with a passion for creating great tasting vegetarian food. They have grown over the years by sticking to their roots and making all of their products with quality and care. They consider their products “Meat without the Middleman”— they taste, feel, and look like meat even though they are made from plants, not animals. From hot dogs and sausage to deli slices and tempeh, their plant-based, Non-GMO Project Verified line of products has something for everyone. Giving back to the community is also a priority for Lightlife. Since the very beginning, they have contributed 5% of their annual profits to organizations…
Yes, the are soy based, but in moderation, can be okay for you.
The other plants used in the making of these hot dogs are quinoa, hemp seeds, rice, beans, peas and chickpeas, making them an ideal source of protein for those who choose to not eat meat.
Some of the best things about LifeLight are:
The Jumbo dogs have 13 grams of protein with only 100 calories.
So, if you are looking for a meatless way to enjoy the summer, try LifeLight Hot dogs!
To see where you can purchase these for yourself, go here. This post is sponsored by LightLife and GreenMomsMeet, but all opinions are my own
Heather’s homesteading journey started in 2006, with baby steps: first, she got a few raised beds, some chickens, and rabbits. Over the years, she amassed a wealth of homesteading knowledge, knowledge that you can find in the articles of this blog.