I occasionally shop at this organic market down the street. In the refrigerator case they sell, among other things, 'egg-free vegetarian egg rolls' and they taste really good. They are made by 'Sunneen Bakeries and Health Foods' in Allentown, PA.
I like to eat them as a snack or lunch once in a while. They are a great Chinese food substitute (I haven't eaten real Chinese food since August). However, I'm not sure if eating them is helping or hurting my diet. It *feels* like I'm eating junk food when I'm eating them, even though I make sure to fit the calories into my day's total.
Here's the ingredients/nutrition breakdown:
Ingredients: flour, water, wheat gluten, salt
Stuffing: cabbage, celery, carrots, soy oil, salt and spices
from fat: 80
Total fat: 9 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 30 mg
Total Carbo: 25 g
Fiber: 2 g
Sugars: 4 g
Protein: 6 g
And there's also a tad of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and iron.
According to the nutrition facts, is this pretty healthy? Or should I stay away (because of too much fat etc)? Thanks a lot. I'm still learning how to judge a food by its nutritious value
And I know that just because I buy it at the organic market doesn't automatically deem it 'healthy.'