Textured vegetable protein

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Textured or texturized vegetable protein (TVP), also known as textured soy protein (TSP), soy meat, or soya chunks is a defatted soy flour product, a by-product of extracting soybean oil.wikipedia
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Soybean

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Textured or texturized vegetable protein (TVP), also known as textured soy protein (TSP), soy meat, or soya chunks is a defatted soy flour product, a by-product of extracting soybean oil.
For example, soybean products, such as textured vegetable protein (TVP), are ingredients in many meat and dairy substitutes.

Food extrusion

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It is extruded into various shapes (chunks, flakes, nuggets, grains, and strips) and sizes, exiting the nozzle while still hot and expanding as it does so.
These include some pasta, breads (croutons, bread sticks, and flat breads), many breakfast cereals and ready-to-eat snacks, confectionery, pre-made cookie dough, some baby foods, full-fat soy, textured vegetable protein, some beverages, and dry and semi-moist pet foods.

Meat analogue

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It is often used as a meat analogue or meat extender.
Some vegetarian meat analogues are based on centuries-old recipes for seitan (wheat gluten), rice, mushrooms, legumes, tempeh, yam flour or pressed-tofu, with flavoring added to make the finished product taste like chicken, beef, lamb, ham, sausage, seafood, etc. Other alternatives use modified defatted peanut flour, Yuba and textured vegetable protein (TVP); yuba and TVP are both soy-based meat analogues, the former made by layering the thin skin which forms on top of boiled soy milk, and the latter being a dry bulk commodity derived from soy and soy protein concentrate.

Hamburger

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Using TVP, one can make vegetarian or vegan versions of traditionally meat-based dishes, such as chili con carne, spaghetti bolognese, sloppy joes, tacos, burgers, or burritos.
A high-quality hamburger patty is made entirely of ground (minced) beef and seasonings; these may be described as "all-beef hamburger" or "all-beef patties" to distinguish them from inexpensive hamburgers made with cost-savers like added flour, textured vegetable protein, ammonia treated defatted beef trimmings (which the company Beef Products Inc, calls "lean finely textured beef"), advanced meat recovery, or other fillers.

Veganism

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Using TVP, one can make vegetarian or vegan versions of traditionally meat-based dishes, such as chili con carne, spaghetti bolognese, sloppy joes, tacos, burgers, or burritos.
Soy is also eaten in the form of tempeh and textured vegetable protein (TVP); also known as textured soy protein (TSP), the latter is often used in pasta sauces.

Chili con carne

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Using TVP, one can make vegetarian or vegan versions of traditionally meat-based dishes, such as chili con carne, spaghetti bolognese, sloppy joes, tacos, burgers, or burritos.
To make the chili vegetarian, the cook leaves out the meat or replaces it with a meat analogue, such as textured vegetable protein or tofu, or a starchy vegetable, such as potatoes.

Soy allergy

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Soy protein

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TVP is usually made from high (50%) soy protein, soy flour or concentrate, but can also be made from cotton seeds, wheat, and oats.
The soy-based meat substitute textured vegetable protein has been used for more than 50 years as a way of inexpensively and safely extending ground beef up to 30% for hamburgers, without reducing its nutritional value.

List of meat substitutes

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Sloppy joe

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Using TVP, one can make vegetarian or vegan versions of traditionally meat-based dishes, such as chili con carne, spaghetti bolognese, sloppy joes, tacos, burgers, or burritos.
Ground turkey or textured vegetable protein may be used as a substitute for ground beef.

Wheat gluten (food)

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Yank Barry

He is the founder and CEO of VitaPro Foods, a company that makes textured vegetable protein for use as a meat substitute and an apple pectin product called ProPectin, and is the founder of the charity Global Village Champions Foundation.

Vegetarian cuisine

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Textured vegetable protein (TVP), made from defatted soy flour, often included in chili and burger recipes in place of ground meat.

VitaPro

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VitaPro Foods, is a company that makes textured vegetable protein for use as a meat substitute

TVP

Textured vegetable protein, a soy product often used as a substitute for meat

Cultured meat

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Rützler added that even in a blind trial she would have taken the product for meat rather than a soya copy.

Daidzein

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Daidzein can be found in food such as soybeans and soy products like tofu and textured vegetable protein.

List of soy-based foods

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Famine relief

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Plant protein foods such as textured vegetable protein have been advocated.

Impossible Foods

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To replicate the fat in hamburgers made from cows, Impossible Foods used flecks of coconut fat, which were mixed with ground textured wheat and potato protein.

Vegetarian nutrition

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It is essential, therefore, that vegetarians consume adequate amounts of dietary supplements or foods that have been fortified with B 12, such as nutritional yeast or other yeast extracts, vegetable stock, veggie burger mixes, textured vegetable protein, soy milks, vegetable and sunflower margarines, and breakfast cereals.