Soya Chunks Are The New Magic Meat

I remembered the time I actually started tasting Meat Magic last decade. What was my impression? It had a certain taste which made me give up on it. Years later, I discovered something that would actually be a good meat substitute for a vegetarian diet even when I'm no vegetarian.

Soya chunks is used in several kinds of cooking -- though I've tasted the ones used in Indian vegetarian cooking. At first, I expected some fried tofu since some Indian restaurants do admit that they practice fusion cooking. The use of soya was most likely from Chinese influence. Cultural exchanges brought something on both sides so it's only natural Indians have used tofu in their cooking. I mean, you've seen various cultures innovate on tofu, right?

These are dehydrated chunks of tofu. They are usually boiled for a certain amount of time in order to get them hydrated for preparing various dishes. They are boiled in water and added some salt to taste. They are later cooled down on cool water. IMHO, I think that these are easier to prepare than having to knead to extract wheat gluten. Plus, this would be a more nutritious meat substitute than wheat gluten. However, I'd like to mix them both together just like how you mix tofu and wheat gluten together.

Purchasing them can be trick though. You can get the Nutrela brand though you may consider going to an Indian grocery store. So far, I wish this product can ultimately be more used for those seeking to have a vegetarian protein substitute. IMHO, it even tastes better than animal meat. Hmmm... could this be the key to getting more people to consume much less meat? 


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