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Top 4 Vegan Beef Jerky Brands

Stonewall's Jerquee - All Natural, Animal Free, Gluten Free

Before going vegan, jerky was one of my favorite snacks. Salty, portable, and high-protein, it was the perfect snack to tuck into my bag for a long road trip, a day at school, or a long hike. Once I went meatless, I thought I’d be off jerky for good, or worse, stuck at my dehydrator…

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Healthy & Easy Vegan Lunch Ideas for Work (or School)

Vegan Lunch for Work

You’re ready to make the switch – you’ve swapped out your morning french vanilla creamer for a vegan friendly creamer, and you’ve been swapping out meat for beans in your favorite chili recipe. Then Sunday evening rolls around, and you find yourself staring at an open fridge, completely stuck..

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Where Can I Buy Textured Vegetable Protein?

Nutrela Soya Chunk

Textured Vegetable Protein, better known as TVP, is one of my all-time favorite vegan foods. In addition to each little soy granule being the perfect little sponge for flavor, it has an impressive nutritional profile, and it’s a super inexpensive way to get protein into any meal from breakfast to dinner…

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3 Ways to Press & Drain Tofu

Tofu

When you eat tofu out at a restaurant, it’s borderline perfection – chewy and dense on the inside, surrounded by a golden halo of crispy crust, bursting with flavour. How could anyone hate on this fantastic, delicious food? Then you try to recreate that dish at home…

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Best Ways of Preparing Tofu for Cooking

Tofu Types

In addition to tofu’s impressive protein and nutrient content, it’s also an incredibly versatile ingredient. In this article, I’m going to show you several ways that you can prepare your tofu along with different dishes to pair those methods with.​

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Preparing & Cooking Textured Vegetable Protein

Rehydrating TVP - Step 3

Textured Vegetable Protein, or TVP, is something of a wonder food. The perfect combination of incredibly versatile, inexpensive, and an A+ nutritional profile. Made from dried, de-fatted soy flour, TVP is a complete protein and provides a hefty amount of your daily nutrients.

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