I don't think I've ever bought Gardein products for myself. They're very similar to their meaty counterparts (well, what I remember of their meaty counterparts) and that makes me uncomfortable. The less my food resembles a corpse, the more eager I am to eat it. But whenever I visit Back East, my Mom stocks the fridge with all sorts of booty from the remote Whole Foods, which I appreciate very much. Invariably, there are a few Gardein products in the haul, and I don't mind trying trying them because God damn it, I'm in the middle cultural nowhere and lucky to eat anything that's not iceberg lettuce.
So, Gardein product the first: Tuscan Breasts. Uncanny meat-like texture under a tasty, tomato-based sauce. This seems to be the "no frills" Gardein product, and it performs exactly as advertised. I think a transitional omnivore would really dig it. It's shown here with a variety of Whole Foods buffet sides.
Gardein product the second: Limited Edition Savory Stuffed Turk'y. (They're too snooty to call it "Stuff'd Turk'y," unfortunately.) This was really good. It's a Gardein orb stuffed with celery, onions, cranberries, and bread crumbs; coated with a light, crispy breading. It's like a croquette. It comes with a delicious gravy that gives Tofurky's a run for its money. This is my favorite of the few Gardein products I've tried thus far, due to its under-emphasized meatiness. It's all about the breading, stuffing and gravy. And that's really what Thanksgiving is all about, anyway. Well, that and smallpox.