Ahoy maidens and mateys! Veganswashbuckler is back, or you may call me Squashbuckler for short, as me fellow Vegan reviewer Amanda will do. The crew quite likes it, and I admit it be less of a mouthful than how I was christened. Just don’t call me late for dinner, especially if Gardein Crabless Cakes be on the menu. Arr!
These fine morsels deserve the grade of A.
Now, before I became a Vegan pirate, when I was a wee little corpse munching scalawag, methinks I tended to avoid the crab cakes. I never cared for mayo, and even today I fear the Vegan version. Nevertheless, if ye like the stuff, by all means check this out, from another of our Vegan reviewers, Dawn. Nevertheless, blindfold any miserable corpse muncher and give them a taste test, and I dare them to tell me these cakes are crabless, ye scoundrels and crab steaming poltroons! And, since they already be blindfolded, make them walk the plank unless they reform their ways!
These tender chunks of delight are a treat lightly fried, and they come out crispy on the outside and juicy in the center. They have the essence of the briny deep, they do, and a fine texture that will leave ye in amazement. Add these yummy fries as a side, courtesy of another of our Vegan reviewers, Julie, and ye will have yerself a mighty fine repast with little effort. Tell the chef to have the night off, but to take it easy on the grog and bring yer ship back in one piece.
The only real criticism I have of these nuggets is that they’re a bit tinier than ye think, and they only come ten to a package. Ye may be left a little unsatisfied, but the flavor is a big winner.