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The rubbery texture can be from over-kneading when combining the burgers. For some recipes, I have pre-baked at a low temperature then grilled to get the right texture on the outside. This would work …
answered Feb 2 '13 by mfg
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it's not bacon but I modified it to make for a similar salty-savory taste. That said, if you're trying to impress vegan/vegetarian friends with a replicant, this one is an easy-to-accomplish endeavor …
answered Dec 19 '11 by mfg
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You can use Crisco All-Vegetable Shortening: its is on PETA's (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) shopping list of baking goods, but can work just as well for frying as lard.
answered Sep 1 '10 by mfg
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one vegan substitue would be some tempeh: The texture of it can be augmented by frying it whole before slicing it to give you the chew, and the flavor can be made nice and smokey while doing so. Now …
answered Aug 9 '10 by mfg
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Vital wheat gluten will not dissolve as those two isolates will. Vital what gluten would likelier clot. Here its a description of the difference between soy flour and soy protein isolate; although VWG …
answered Jan 3 '12 by mfg
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It would work well to use re-hydrated TVP. I have had vegan shepherd's pie and it maintains the kind of consistency through the cooking process that you are going to want in the pastilla / b'stilla m …
answered Sep 1 '10 by mfg
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Seitan (aka. wheat gluten/vital wheat gluten/wheat meat/fu*) can be used to make chik'n nugget type chicken, but not as in breast or thigh, etc. Recipes abound on the internets. The gist of using it …
answered Jun 16 '11 by mfg
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Make sure all patties have gotten to room temperature on the surface, apply oil to surface of patties and grill's grate, have at 'em. This technique worked for my vegan naked fatties, and I'm sure it …
answered Jun 27 '11 by mfg
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In trying to size up this question I turned first to look at what Turkey replacements are considered viable as commercial products. A recent round-up of the top 5 retail products was composed of seita …
answered Nov 28 '11 by mfg