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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinLin
    Um, pardon my ignorance, what is TVP?
    Textured vegetable protein

    Textured vegetable protein (TVP) is soya flour that's been processed and dried. A substance with a sponge-like texture, TVP is available either cut into small chunks or ground into granules which resemble minced beef, and can be flavoured to resemble meat. It's prepared simply by mixing with water or vegetable stock and leaving to stand for a few minutes, after which it may be incorporated into recipes as a meat substitute. Soya protein is also available incorporated into vegetarian burgers, sausages, and canned foods. As well as being a good source of fibre and high-quality protein, TVP is fortified with vitamin B12.
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    I made these tonight with Kashi Go Lean and no chocolate. My kids are scarfing them down. They are delicious! What a great way to get fiber into your kids diet. Everytime I go into the kitchen I slice a little sliver off, I need to go put them away.

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    Textured vegetable protein (a little late with the answer...)
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