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Tivall vegetarian schnitzel in NYC/ North NJ area?

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dfsny613 Oct 22, 2012 04:48 PM

Has anyone seen the Tivall vegetarian schnitzel in the NYC area? This is one of my favorite products and I haven't seen it anywhere in Queens.

Thanks!

  1. queenscook Oct 23, 2012 02:22 PM

    Just came home from Seasons on Main Street. They had at least five or six different Tivall products, including the schnitzel, nuggets, hot dogs, and probably a few other things.

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      emacat Oct 23, 2012 11:02 AM

      Aron's Kissena Farms carries Tivall products, but I don't know if they have the schnitzel.

      1. queenscook Oct 22, 2012 05:02 PM

        This thread is from last year; I haven't noticed any recently in Queens, but, in truth, I haven't looked for it.
        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/783357

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          shoelace Oct 22, 2012 09:46 PM

          they carry some of the line in the freezer cases at fairway

          just bought the corn dogs last week

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            queenscook Oct 22, 2012 10:16 PM

            I don't think the corn dogs are Tivall, and I also don't think they are vegetarian. Osem/Tivall's website does not list corn dogs as one of their products.

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              shoelace Oct 23, 2012 09:49 AM

              when i get home tonight ill check, maybe im totally remembering wrong

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                queenscook Oct 23, 2012 02:24 PM

                The corn dogs I was remembering were S'Better brand. I like them a lot, though I haven't had them in over a year. I saw them today in Seasons, and noticed that now they have a turkey frank variety, in addition to the beef dogs.

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                  midasgold Oct 23, 2012 03:27 PM

                  S'Better Farms corn dogs (often on sale at Brach's market in the Five Towns, NY - http://watsonsale.com/5-towns/brachs-... ) are definitely fleishig (meat), *NOT* parve (vegetarian)! I thought this thread dealt with parve corn dogs; sorry if I was mistaken...

                  A few years ago there was a fleishig BAGEL DOG. I forgot which brand it was; I haven't seen them in years.

                  1. re: midasgold
                    queenscook Oct 23, 2012 05:02 PM

                    Yes, this I know, as I mentioned above. I was just commenting on the only kosher corn dogs I know of. The veggie versions are "franks in blanket"-type stuff, not actual corn dogs.

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                ferret Oct 23, 2012 09:29 AM

                Ta'amti makes a vegetarian dog-in-a-blanket (but not corn dog), Tivall does not.

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                  shoelace Oct 23, 2012 09:47 AM

                  ooops- yea, that sounds right

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                  midasgold Oct 23, 2012 02:37 PM

                  Cedar Lake brand offers a delicious (in my opinion) PARVE frozen corn dog, but they're very hard to find; in fact, they're not currently listed on the out of date Cedar Lake web site ( www.cedarlakefoods.com ).

                  Unlike the Moringstar Farms frozen corn dogs which are dairy and available everywhere, the Cedar Lake corn dogs are parve, and certified as such by the Kof-K ( www.kof-k.org ).

                  A picture of the box is at http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_FFrcGncG7W8...

                  I bought them a year or two ago in California; I don't know if they're available anywhere in New York. The Cedar Lake web site (URL above) lists Distributors for the Cedar Lake products (many of these products are interesting and unlike other parve products I've come across).

                  -Midas Gold

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                    queenscook Oct 23, 2012 02:57 PM

                    I was not aware that the Morningstar Farms corn dogs had any hechsher. Have you found otherwise?

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                      midasgold Oct 23, 2012 03:38 PM

                      You are correct, Queens Cook... my bad... I just *assumed* (never a good idea) that the product was kosher and dairy, as are many of the Morningstar Farms products. Sorry for rmy misstatement.

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