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Are protéine de blé texturées vegan?

Protéine de blé texturées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is protéine de blé texturées?

Protéine de blé texturées, also known as textured wheat protein, is a meat substitute derived from wheat. It is made by separating the protein from wheat flour and then processing it into small pieces with a chewy texture. With its high protein content and meat-like texture, protéine de blé texturées is often used as a vegetarian or vegan alternative to meat in dishes like chili, tacos, and stir-fries. It can also be flavored to mimic different types of meat, making it a versatile ingredient for plant-based cooking. Additionally, it is a great source of dietary fiber and nutrients like iron and B vitamins.

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