ORGANIC / BIO - NON GMO - VEGAN

ORGANIC / BIO - NON GMO - VEGAN
ORGANIC/BIO - NON GMO - VEGAN
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1 - Seitan is an awesome high protein source of lean veggie protein
2 - What's the best way to prepare seitan?
Luckily, it’s really hard to mess up Seitan, so feel free to get creative in the kitchen.
Vegan Chef "Dours" says, it works great anywhere you would normally use any high protein food.
3 - Sauté it in a stir fry, bake it, use it instead of deli products, in a sandwich, add it to salads in the same way you’d use grilled vegies, or shred it into tacos. However you choose to prep it, the results will be...dare I say...heavenly.
3 - Seitan is actually a bit higher in protein and lower in fat than tofu.
4 - Its name may seem apt to paleo types: Seitan is gluten. But with as much protein per calorie as chicken breast, it's also a top source of muscle fuel. Textured and robust, it's the 'meatiest' of the meatless,we hear from award-winning vegan Chefs.
5 - Tofu, Seitan, and tempeh are all protein-packed vegan meat substitutes that are also keto friendly.
They're high-protein, low-carb options that taste great and can be cooked in so many different ways
6 - Nutritional Profile
Health Benefits
7 - How to Use Seitan
Since Seitan is bland-tasting, chewy, and holds together well, it makes a good base for meat substitute products and recipes.
8 - Based on all this, you'd think Seitan might make a good addition to your diet, and you are right. Most people can enjoy Seitan as part of a healthy vegetarian, vegan, or even meat-containing diet.
9 - Protein between 70% to 75% Since wheat is a fairly high-protein, it is concentrated in the gluten.
10 - Since it doesn't have much taste by itself, Seitan takes on the taste of whatever spices are used to flavor it.
11 - What makes Seitan such a good plant-based protein source and meat substitute: By adjusting the flavorings and other ingredients in a recipe, Seitan can be made to taste like most other meat preparations.
12 - The word "Seitan" is Japanese in origin, although the use of Vital Wheat Gluten probably started in China centuries ago with vegetarian Buddhist monks.
13 - Vital wheat gluten has been used in Japanese, Chinese, and other Asian cuisines for centuries. However, seitan (vital wheat gluten specifically seasoned and prepared as a meat substitute) sprung out of the Japanese macrobiotic food movement in the early 1960s, and first was imported to the United States in the late 1960s.
14- Nutritional Profile
Health Benefits
How to Use Seitan
15 - Seitan is a food ingredient common in vegetarian diets that's made from wheat protein. Since Seitan is bland-tasting, chewy, and holds together well, it makes a good base for vegetarian meat substitute products and recipes.
16- It contains protein (between 9% and 15%, depending on the wheat variety), and fat (around 1% to 2%, .
17 - Seitan can easily take a hint of nutty flavor, Seitan takes on the taste of whatever spices are used to flavor it.
18 - What makes Seitan such a good plant-based protein source and meat substitute: By adjusting the flavorings and other ingredients in a recipe,if you have family members or guests who you would like to introduce to a healthy life style, Seitan can be made to Vegan alternatives,it is easy to prepare to taste like sausage, bacon, turkey, or most other meat products.
Also it is amazing to create, burgers, loafs,cubes and stripes in the soup, stir fried with vegetables, ground to make patties for burgers and balls.
Your creativity is the limit...
19- The word "Seitan" is Japanese in origin, although the use of vital wheat gluten probably started in China centuries ago with vegetarian Buddhist monks. Vital wheat gluten has been used in Japanese, Chinese, and other Asian cuisines for centuries. However, Seitan (vital wheat gluten specifically seasoned and prepared as a meat substitute) sprung out of the Japanese macrobiotic food movement in the early 1960s, and first was imported to the United States in the late 1960s.
20- Seitan is almost pure protein. Therefore, it serves as a great source of protein for people following vegetarian and vegan diets, who sometimes struggle to get their daily allotment of protein. Just one serving of Seitan (around 2.5 ounces) contains around 17g of protein.
21- That same one serving of Seitan contains around 90 calories in total, with just 4g of carbs (including 1g of fiber) and a negligible amount of fat.
21- Seitan also contains some important trace minerals, including a healthy supply of iron.
Seitan can represent a healthy addition to your diet as a protein-rich meat substitute that is low in saturated fat.
22- Since it can take on the taste of meat, Seitan-based dishes and meals might appeal even to some confirmed meat-eaters, perhaps aiding in a switch to a more plant-based diet.
23- Since Seitan is bland-tasting, chewy, and holds together well, it makes a good base for vegetarian meat substitute products and recipes.
24- Seitan Nutritional Profile
Seitan is almost pure protein. Therefore, it serves as a great source of protein for people following vegetarian and vegan diets, who sometimes struggle to get their daily allotment of protein. Just one serving of seitan (around 2.5 ounces) contains around 17g of protein.
25- That same one serving of Seitan contains around 90 calories in total, with just 4g of carbs (including 1g of fiber) and a negligible amount of fat.
Seitan also contains some important trace minerals, including a healthy supply of iron.
26- If you're avoiding genetically-modified (GMO) foods, then you may decide to choose Seitan-based meat substitutes over other alternative meat products.
Wheat crops are not genetically modified, since there's no commercially produced GMO wheat used anywhere in the world at this time.
27- How to Use Seitan
Since plain, unseasoned Seitan is bland and chewy on its own, most people season it to make it taste like meat. There are various ways you can use Seitan:
Sautéed like chicken with your favorite vegetables
Thinly sliced like turkey, seasoned with vegetarian "chicken" broth, poultry seasoning, onion flakes, and garlic powder
Blended with garlic, cumin, paprika, soy sauce, and thyme and rolled into sausages
Shaped and grilled like a steak, slathered with your favorite steak sauce or marinade
Chopped into chunks for "chicken" salad, with celery, mayonnaise, chives, and curry powder
Blended into a hearty slow-cooker stew, with vegetarian "beef" broth, potatoes, carrots, and celery
28- As a high-protein ingredient,Seitan can make a great-tasting addition to your diet, especially if you're vegetarian or vegan.

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