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Mock meats a new food trend

… to miss out on the experience and even for those who don’t want to stand out in a crowd of non-vegetarians, mock meats are a godsend,” says Mathur. Products popularly used as mock meats include wheat gluten, tempeh, tofu etc besides packaged substitutes of fried prawns etc. “Tofu is used in abundance in our Chinese specialty restaurant Ano Tai in main course items and one of our highest selling vegetarian burger in our coffee shop Eggspectation uses a vegetarian patty made out …

Flexitarian trend prompts growth in vegetarian products :: Industry News :: FoodProcessing

By FoodProcessing Staff | May 18, 2015 Previously viewed as tempeh-loving fringe dwellers, vegetarians are now far more widely accepted – so much so that as many as 26% of consumers now consider themselves to be ‘flexitarians’ (those who prefer a more plant-based diet but still eat meat occasionally), according to a Nutrition Business Journal survey. Food companies are now responding to the growing demand for vegetarian food offerings by releasing a greater variety of prepared …

In search of Tokyo’s vegetarian bentōs | The Japan Times

… delivery and Takaban 2-21-10 for the eat-in restaurant; 03-5725-5535; www.m-delivery.jp). Its website lists at least seven glorious-looking vegetarian bentōs, starting around ¥1,000. I tried the sesame-fried soy-meat option and, while I’m not usually one for fake meats, it was absolutely delicious. I also recommend the tempeh and vegetables with mustard sauce. The unique soy-bean patties are hearty and like nothing I’d ever tasted, and the bentō also comes with succulent renkon. To finish …

7 vegetarian breakfast ideas that aren’t quiche | MNN – Mother Nature Network

… healthful and delicious meal to start your day. Priyanka from Pinki’s Palate also notes that this recipe can be altered to suit one’s tastes. Don’t like tofu? Choose tempeh or black beans instead. Same goes for the veggies. If you don’t like one, substitute your favorite.   To finish reading this article and to access the recipes, click on this link: via 7 vegetarian breakfast ideas that aren’t quiche | MNN – Mother Nature Network. …

6 Tips for Tastier Vegetarian Food

… the softness and use it in a soup. Another way we like to eat our tofu? As noodles! Yuba, strips of sliced tofu skin, are fantastic in a stir-fry. Other non-meat proteins to use and love include tempeh (made from fermented soy and grains), seitan (wheat gluten), and, of course, nuts and seeds. Whole grains contain protein—and are particularly tasty in salad. Please click on the link below to finish reading this very interesting article. By Rochelle Bilow via 6 Tips for Tastier Vegetarian …

Top 25 Vegetarian Restaurants in the World | The Daily Meal

… developed vegefied versions of meat staples like Bodhi’s Peking “duck” (Sydney) or The Chicago Diner’s famous meatless Reuben sandwich. But nearly every restaurant on our list boasts completely original creations across all kinds of cuisine — like the Jamaican jerk tempeh or beet pierogi at Leaf in Boulder, Co. or El Huerto’s vegetarian ceviche in Santiago, Chile. Click on the link below to see the relevant images: via Top 25 Vegetarian Restaurants in the World | The Daily Meal. …

Helpful Tips for Vegetarians : NUTRITION&FOOD : Youth Health Magzine

Think about protein. Your protein needs can easily be met by eating a variety of plant foods. Sources of protein for vegetarians include beans and peas, nuts, and soy products (such as tofu, tempeh). Lacto-ovo vegetarians also get protein from eggs and dairy foods. Bone up on sources of calcium. Calcium is used for building bones and teeth. Some vegetarians consume dairy products, which are excellent sources of calcium. Other sources of calcium for vegetarians include calcium-fortified …

Weeknight Vegetarian: A new technique for defusing those soy-sauce sodium bombs – The Washington Post

Most vegetarians I know have a soft spot for Asian cuisines. Vegetables are revered in that part of the world, which is also the birthplace of tofu and tempeh, two pillars of plant-based protein. Plus, cooks in Japan, China, Korea and other Asian countries have a knack for seasoning, and for creating dishes with interesting textures — two crucial (and often lacking) qualities in vegetarian cooking. The downside: Whenever I develop Asian-style recipes, I wait with anxiety for them to be put …

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