I just wanted to see what kind of overall conclusions I could draw from this massive pool of data, and include a bunch of pie charts. So here we go:
First of all, I separated all the reviews into vegan and non-vegan, just to see if I rated any one category higher than any others:
Clearly, the non-vegan products are performing better overall. I also broke it down by the meat it was attempting to imitate:
I find it interesting that pork has the most A grades and the most C grades - also the most F grades.
Should we break it down further?
So... lots of data here. Non-vegan beef seems to be the best bet, with vegan poultry being the worst, unless you're willing to accept an A or a B, in which case vegan pork is the worst. But, to be fair, that category contained some of the worst products I tested - the hot dogs. *shudder*
And that's it for my graphs. I hope you enjoyed them, as well as my total phoning it in this week. But again... holidays, birthday, end-of-year-stuff... you know how it is. I'll be back with new scathing or glowing reviews of exciting new fake meat.
If anyone has anything they'd like me to test out or add to the website in the upcoming year, please let me know, otherwise I'll just keep doing what I'm doing. See you all in 2012!