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Old 03-14-2004, 11:12 AM   #3
mauvaisroux
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Not sure how to deal with Seitan since I have never tried it.

A couple of meat substitutes you can use are TVP - textured vegetable protein and soy products that look like ground beef - Yves veggie cuisine has a lot of good products using this and I believe that Morningstar farms has some items as well.

I sometimes buy veggie burgers and mince them up to throw into a pasta sauce.

BTW- I just tried some chocolate soya milk for the first time yesterday and it was delicious - so much so that I bought a couple of cartons of it from the guys demoing it
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