Our reuben sandwich kits are the hit of lunches across the country for folks who love real deli fare. But what about those who love a good reuben but don't eat meat? Enter tempeh!
Tempeh is a traditional Indonesian food. A bit like tofu, it's made from fermented soy beans and shaped into a block. But where tofu can be light and silky, tempeh is dense and toothsome, with a meaty texture and a nutty flavor, making it a great fit to add to a sandwich.
We get our tempeh from the local master fermenters at The Brinery here in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They use organically-grown, non-GMO soy beans from a farm just across the state border in northern Ohio.
At Zingerman's Deli, they've been using this tempeh on a vegetarian reuben sandwich for years. Make one (or three) yourself at home and see just how delicious a vegetarian reuben can be.
Included: Jewish Rye, tempeh, sliced cheddar cheese (made with vegetarian rennet), Zingerman’s potato chips, Coleslaw, Sauerkraut, Russian dressing, garlicky pickles, Magic Brownie Bites.
Our professional-grade instructions come inside the box.