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Unflavored TVP Granules
Unflavored TVP textured vegetable protein Granules
Honeyville's Unflavored Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) is actually a meat analogue product made through a special extrusion process which provides a 100% vegetable product that approaches the taste and texture of meat. This highly nutritious vegetarian meat substitute is processed from defatted soy flour which contains more than 50% protein and 15% total dietary fiber. TVP has been used for many years in U.S. Food Nutritional Service programs and has been an integral part of the School Lunch program. Because of the recognized health and nutritional benefit of soy protein in the diet and the added benefit of low moisture and low fat content, Honeyville Unflavored TVP is an ideal product for long term food storage and emergency preparedness.
Shelf-Life: Stores for 10 to 20 years in a sealed #10 can (oxygen absorber included) under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place). Once opened, it has an average shelf life of 6 to 12 months.
Instructions: Add one part textured vegetable protein to one part hot water. Allow Unflavored TVP to hydrate for about 15 minutes. Adding ½ cup textured vegetable protein to ½ cup of water will yield about 1 cup of cooked meat substitute.
Uses: Unflavored TVP can be used separately or in combination with meat as an effective meat extender in pastas, soups, casseroles, meat sauces, and more.
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Packaging: Unflavored TVP is sealed air tight in a #10 can and weighs approximately 2.25 pounds. A case contains 6 #10 cans and weighs 13.5 pounds. Each can contains 40 servings. One serving size is ¼ cup.
Ingredients: Textured Vegetable Protein (soy flour)
Allergen information: Contains soy. This product is produced on equipment that processes products containing soy, milk, wheat, egg, peanut, and tree nuts.
Nutrition FactsServing Size 1/4 cup (24g)
*The % Daily Values tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.