Hebrew National classic beef franks are my favorite because they contain no fillers, by-products, artificial colors or flavors. They are also kosher, which means they use a strict process that meets biblical dietary laws.
One package of the classic Hebrew National beef franks contains 7 hot-dogs. One frank is 49 grams. The Hebrew National is one of the best tasting hot dogs in my opinion. They are plump and meaty but not too salty.
No. 1: Hebrew National Beef Franks calories: 150 in one beef frank.
No. 2: Hebrew National Beef Franks fat: One hot dog has 14 grams of fat including 6 grams of saturated fat and 25 mg cholesterol.
No. 3: Hebrew National Beef Franks nutritional facts: 460 mg. sodium, 80 mg. potassium, 1 gram of carbohydrate, 6 grams of protein, zero grams of sugar and no fiber.
No. 4: Hebrew National Beef Franks ingredients: beef, water, less than 2 percent salt, sodium lactate, spice, soy protein, paprika, garlic powder, sodium nitrate and other ingredients.
No. 5: Hebrew National Beef Franks allergens: The product does contain soy.
Are hot dogs bad for you?
Hebrew National Beef Franks are not unhealthy in moderation. They have reduced fat hot dogs as well are the regular Hebrew National beef franks I reviewed.
Are hot dogs gluten free?
Although some hot dogs may contain gluten, the Hebrew National ones appear to be gluten free.
Are hot dogs fattening?
Hot dogs are mainly a source of protein. If you are on a low-carb diet, skip the bun. My son likes chopped up Hebrew National Beef Franks in Bush’s baked beans. But I prefer the hot dogs cut up in Amy’s Lentil or Amy’s vegetable soups for less sugar.
For taste and nutrition, I give the Hebrew National beef franks 4.7 out of 5 stars.
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