The Know Meat Patty

We make the Know Meat burger patty with REAL food ingredients in the heart of Cowtown, Calgary, Alberta.

How We Make the Know Meat!

Our goal is to produce the best tasting, nutritionally sound, gluten free food around. We believe we have created that with our Know Meat Patty.

At People Food™ we know food allergies. The intolerance to food we used to eat is confusing. We understand. We want you to know that we care and truly believe that when you eat our food, you’ll feel better. Whether you have food allergies or you just want a healthier option, you can stop looking. The Know Meat Patty is the closest thing to a hug from us that you’ll find. Just eat it!

Gluten Free
Vegan
Soy Free
Nut Free
Corn Free
Casien Free
Diabetic Friendly
Nutritionally Sound
Unique + Delicious
Produced in a HACCP certified facility
Can be stored frozen for up to 6 months

Making The Know Meat!

Come behind the scenes with Linda and see exactly how we create the iconic Know Meat Patty.

The process takes two days, using the finest Canadian ingredients and a recipe years in the making.

17 Ingredients Make Up The Know Meat Patty...

Gluten free, Nut free…and Vegan. Diabetic-friendly, 100% natural and most importantly incredibly tasty. Our recipe of spices and pulses comes from our hearts with a rich ancient history, going back to when people wore sandals to work.  Add the Know Meat Patty to YOUR menu through Sysco, Pratts or GFS.
Let’s get growin’!

Green Lentils

There’s just no lentil more gentle than this here green lentil! It’s been gracing the tables of Peasants & Kings since 8,000 BC.

Brown Rice

As they say, the browner the rice, the more packed with goodness. They’re actual seeds from rice plants with husks removed.

Yellow Split Peas

These little peas are like distant Southwest Asian cousins…if you were a green lentil. The Sanskrit word DAL in fact, means, ‘to split’.

Dried Onion Flakes

Dried onions will make you smile! Partly because they won’t make you cry, but are also good for headaches…and heart disease.

Carrots

Hello, history lesson: Carrots are literally the root of all root vegetables…’stemming’ way back to the 10th Century.

Ginger

Talk about a zinger of a vegetable! Literally, ginger is a member of the Zingiberaceae family and a close relative to turmeric.

Sweet Potato

The mighty sweet potato. An ‘elite potato’ whopping with flavour and Vitamin A, originating in its girth, from the Morning Glory Family.

Parsley

This is a hardy biennial plant. As small and weak seedlings, they can grow in winter and push through heavy, crusty soil. Here’s to life!

Sesame Seeds

“Open sesame,” as the Ancients said. It may well be the oldest food accessory we know of.  Really opens up the Know Meat!

Sunflower Seeds

You’ll be walking on sunshine high on protein with these not-so-little seeds rich in healthy fats, and antioxidants to boot!

Flax

WT-Flax! A happy gut is a healthy gut and flax seed has had a starring role in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years.

Gluten-Free Oats

The hardiest of all grains, it helps slow absorption of glucose into the body better than a Hall & Oates album.

Salt

We like salt. If we didn’t we’d die. It’s THE source of sodium and chloride ions in our diet and takes just a pinch to ward off slugs.

Pepper

Fun fact: Black Pepper accounts for about 20% of the world’s spice trade and is eaten on everything by everyone everywhere.

Curry Powder

This blend of spices, from the Tamil word ‘Kari’ varies per region but coriander, turmeric, cumin, and red chilies are staples.

Tapioca Starch

South American tuber Cassava root is naturally gluten-free and is a great wheat substitute for gluten-free diets.

Lemon Juice

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade…and when you can add lemon to a recipe, know you’re adding zest to your life!

What You Need to Know...

Nutritional Facts

Per 4 oz patty (113g)
Calories 165

Amount DV
Fat 4.7 g 7%
Saturated 0.6 g 0%
+Trans 0 g 0%
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 413 mg 18%
Amount DV
Carbohydrate 26 g 5.2%
    Fibre 6 g 24%
    Sugars 1.5 g
Protein 6.7 g

* % Daily Value: Vitamin A 42% • Vitamin C 8.7% • Calcium 6% • Iron 13%

How to Cook

Lightly coat the bottom of a pan with an oil of your choice (could be a light olive oil or go coconut). Alternatively, use any desired amount, cook when oil gets hot in a pan on medium to high heat for about 5 -7 minutes per side. If you crisp them up a little bit, it really brings out the flavour.

Cook from frozen.