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Imitating the flavor of the lamb itself will probably be much more difficult (if not impossible) than manipulating the other ingredients in the dish. That way, the brain is tricked into thinking it is eating lamb, when it is not. For example, let's say you want to make a meatless lamb biryani. If you can get the texture of a meatless lamb substitute close ...


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Use a seitan recipe: SEITAN This versatile vegan meat replacement can be seared, grilled or fried! 1¾ cups Vital Wheat Gluten (seitan) ⅓ cup Nutritional Yeast 2 tsp Garlic Granules 1 tsp Onion Powder 2 tsp Crushed Fennel ½ tsp Turmeric 3 Tbsp Soy Sauce 1 tsp Molasses 1 tsp Tahini 1½ Tbsp Oil 1½ cups Mushroom or Vegetable Broth In a medium bowl, whisk ...


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I wonder whether I could make a general point please: more than a comment, but I'm not expecting this to be appreciated as an answer. All animals contain fatty acids: they're a basic building block of flesh. However, even without the cues of texture etc. a meat-eater will be able to distinguish between lamb, venison, beef, turkey, chicken etc., the ...


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I assume you already are familiar with the basics of plant-based cuisine, but just in case, many meaty dishes taste like meat because of the MSG in them. Thus, to imitate meatiness, you'll want to cook the plant-based meat alternatives such as TVP, seitan, tempeh or tofu with a dash of soy sauce (and/or MSG powder, but soy sauce should suffice!) that will ...


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Actually, the yogurt cultures, usually some strain of the group N Streptococcus and Leuconostoc species, mesophilic cultures, converts the lactose into lactic acid, which gives the diary product it's tart taste. Furthermore, bacterial enzymes transform the milk carbohydrates into oligosaccharides, some of which have prebiotic properties. Different LAB (...


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You are making a wrong assumption here - the soy milk does contain sugars, along with other forms of carbohydrates. So this apparently can be used to make soy yogurt. Thus you have both commercial products and homemade recipes for unsweetened soy yogurt. You can easily find them, I suspect you didn't use the term "unsweetened" when you searched. If ...


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