Having been a vegetarian for five years, I've had my fair share of imitation meat, in all its varying forms... and the reality is not all fake meat or plant-based proteins are created the same.\nNowadays, Beyond Meat is essentially synonymous with veggie burger, so it was a pleasant surprise to find out that Tim Hortons had teamed up with the veggie-based burger company to create three breakfast sandwiches that are now available across Canada.\nSo this morning, I went and bought all three to give them a try.\nWe had the video team in the office and ready to take the whole first-try experience.\nI first had the Beyond Meat patty at A&W, and was definitely satisfied with the experience. The burger didn't taste like meat, that's for sure, but it was still an awesome and delicious burger with all the toppings.\n@lvbs\nThe Tim Hortons sandwiches are featuring a "breakfast sausage" patty instead of a burger-style patty, and to be honest, I prefer the sausage!\nThe Timmies sandwiches were a little dry, but I absolutely loved the seasoning.\nREAD ALSO: I Tried McDonald's Canada's New 'Fish & Chips' And Here's My Honest Opinion\nI'm a huge wussy, so they're not actually spicy but they are definitely spiced and have a bit of a kick to them. A kid might find it a little spicy? But like I said, I have no tolerance for heat, and this seasoning did not bother me one bit.\n@lvbs\nSome of my co-workers tried it as well. They are all avid meat-eaters and weren't as much of a fan as I was, but I wasn't comparing it to a meat patty - I was trying to just compare this to the other Beyond Meat sandwiches I've had in the past.\nThe most recent Beyond Meat experience I had was at a Montreal burger and wine bar where they charge an extra $2 for the Beyond Meat patty. It was not very good and I was bummed I had spent the extra money for it.\n@lvbs\nWith Tims, though, the sandwiches are comparatively priced alongside the other breakfast sandwiches and I honestly enjoyed the sausage's seasoning and spices.\nI think the wrap was my favourite, followed by the lettuce and tomato sandwich. I'm not vegan, so next time I'd throw a little mayo on there to help with the dryness.\nBut otherwise, I'm a huge fan!\nTim Hortons Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches are available now across Canada, so head out to your local Tims to try one!