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9/5/12 3:09 A

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Have not looked into Seitan. Will do, thanks.
I used the frozen soya mince, maybe the dried is less processed... i'll check.

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9/4/12 9:55 P

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The recipe can probably work with some other protein. There are seitans that are minimally processed (no added stuff, just the rinsed gluten) if vegetarian is important to you.

Edit: actually, looking again I can see that there are soya minces that don't have additional stuff added--the first ones I looked at were sketchy! But if purchased from a reputable store, probably fine.

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I would consider it processed.

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8/31/12 2:54 A

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I made this really nice chilli
www.eatmorevegetarian.com/chilli-con
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but while eating it i was thinking about using soya mince... does it really count as a natural ingredient? It seems like is should have been processed quite a bit... any thoughts?

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