Taft Foodmasters Seitan: Review + Giveaway


Photos and recipe by Cat DiStasio

In our increasingly vegan-friendly world, there are protein alternatives aplenty. We’ve reviewed a few here on the Vegan Cuts blog, and we’re tirelessly searching the globe to bring you more cruelty-free options for your dinner plate.

Taft Foodmasters is a company you may not have heard about yet, and they make delicious seitan products! At the end of the review this week, you can enter to win a tasty prize pack of seitan meats, bread, and hummus. It’s a vegan dream come true!

Taft Foodmasters Seitan Sausage and Seitan Gyro are both practically ready-to-serve. They just need to be heated in a pan for a few minutes, or you can add them as is to a to-be-baked dish (like a casserole or pizza). Because the seitan is pre-sliced, it’s crazy easy to just grab and go without hesitation, making meal prep a real snap. Taft Foodmasters’ resealable packaging makes it easy to serve a little or a lot, without worrying about the leftovers, which I find to be a real problem with many other vegan protein products on the market.

Flavor-packed Seitan Sausage and Seitan Gyro are great additions to any of your meatless meals. Seitan Sausage works well in Italian dishes, like pizza and pasta, serving up a familiar savory spice. The Seitan Gyro begs to be added to your next Greek salad or wrap. Since the seitan is pre-cooked, you can even use them in a cold sandwich, if that’s your ish.

Both products are 100% vegan, non-GMO certified, kosher, and totally yum. If you haven’t seen these products in your neighborhood, check their website to learn where you can pick some up for your dinner. If they’re not in your grocery store, be sure to place a request to see them with your local grocer!


To demonstrate how quick and easy it is to make a meal with Taft Foodmasters, check out this ready-in-minutes pizza, which utilizes the snappiest pizza crust in the world: biscuit dough. It’s unapologetically gluten-tastic, easy to prepare with little clean-up, and a perfect platform for Taft Foodmasters Seitan Sausage.

4.5 from 2 reviews
Easy Biscuit Pizza
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Serves: 2
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 ½ tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 3 Tbsp olive oil
  • ⅓ cup non-dairy milk
  • Prepared tomato sauce
  • Vegan mozzarella shreds
  • Taft Foodmasters Seitan Sausage slices
  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. In a medium-sized bowl, combine flour, baking powder, and salt. Make a well and add oil and milk.
  3. Stir to combine, then gently knead a few times right in the bowl until all the flour is well incorporated.
  4. Press onto an ungreased baking sheet (or place between two sheets of plastic wrap and roll out) until approximately ¼” thick.
  5. Top with tomato sauce, mozzarella shreds, and Seitan Sausage.
  6. Bake 12-14 minutes until biscuit crust is light golden brown. Allow to cool for a few minutes before cutting. Serve warm!

Enter to Win a Prize Pack from Taft Foodmasters

One lucky blog reader will win an amazing prize pack of Taft Foodmasters products, including 3 full-size seitan products, 2 packages of fresh bread, and hummus to boot. It’s a meatless spread worthy of any late night gift wrapping party, for sure! Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. Open to U.S. residents only.a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. Sara Floyd

    No I would keep it all myself! lol

  2. Sarah

    i would try, but i make no promises

  3. jennifer lp

    I love seitan and love sandwiches with hummus. a win-win :)

  4. erixxxvegan

    i love everything from Taft that i have tried in the past plus they are so nice that i even have some in fridge as i type!

  5. Hilary

    Looks delicious!

  6. turtle

    i have recently been getting into Seitan more and would love to find a brand aside from the one sold in our market. This would be so much fun to play with! ( hey playing with food is fun!) :)

  7. Terri Cole

    I would share with my daughter and husband.

  8. Amanda T.

    I would definitely share. But my family is notorious for turning down the vegan foods I offer them. I must admit, I’m hoping they’d turn this down too because that would mean more for me.

  9. Sarah McLaughlin

    Yes! My family and I would have fun with this!

  10. I would consider sharing with my sister if she agrees to do the dishes!

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