Thomas and I picked up these goodies recently at Food Fight! Vegan Grocery store..
Vegan Citrus Sparerib Cutlets $5
Strong Cheddar Sheese $9.25
Vegan Ham Log $20
Thomas is a big fan of the Gardenburger riblets, and picked up the ribs. His verdict - even better than the riblets! He really dug the tangy plum sauce. The only other place I've seen these is at Whole Foods, which isn't convenient for us to really shop at being downtown, and we'd rather support Food Fight! and visit the mini mall in SE, where we live, anyhow.
The giganto ham log was also his choice. I don't despise it, and enjoy the McGonnigle sandwiches with fake ham and an itty bitty bit of fake cheeze at The Tube, but I've left it for him to enjoy. He's been eating it grilled and pan fried over rice or with veggies. I was never into ham as an omnivore as it is.
The Strong Cheddar Sheese - Europe is home to the holy grail of fake cheezes - this one and Cheezly, which I have not tried. I have tried a few different types of creamy and hard Sheeses in the past year or so.
I've been most impressed with the Creamy Cheddar, if I recall correctly, but I did enjoy most of the others. I decided to buy a hard one at Food Fight!, and after much debate, chose the Strong Cheddar. I've eaten about half of it on crackers and whatnot in the past couple weeks, and plan on making some kickass mac and sheese bake with it. The taste is almost there and pretty realistic for a vegan cheeze, much more tangy than buttery, as most other vegan cheezes are. If I hadn't been taking lunch to work a lot lately I wouldn't justify the price. It's certainly not something I'd buy frequently, but it's fun to get. It does creep me out a bit that it was made *so* far away, I'll be honest. Is is worth the money? Probably not, but you decide.
Please note that it is certainly possible to buy rational items at Food Fight! as well, including chard, bulk lentils and cleaning supplies.