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Tofurkey

Tofurkey.

Tofurkey (a portmanteau of tofu and turkey) is faux turkey, a meat substitute in the form of a loaf or casserole of vegetarian protein, usually made from tofu (soybean protein) or seitan (wheat protein) with a stuffing made from grain(s) and/or bread, flavored with a broth and seasoned with herbs and spices. Tofurkey is oven-roasted or baked and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.[1] It can be homemade or purchased ready-made and frozen from multiple sources such as health food stores or specialty grocers, or ordered online and shipped in insulated packing.[1]

Contents

  • Ready-made products 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Ready-made products

UnTurkey, produced until 2006 by the now defunct Now & Zen, was one of the first ready-made tofurkey products available in the U.S.[2]

Currently available brands of ready-made tofurkey include Tofurky produced by Turtle Island Foods in Hood River, Oregon,[1] the Celebration Roast produced by the Field Roast Grain Meat Co. of Seattle, Washington,[1] and the Stuffed Holiday Roast made by Match Foods (previously called AuraPro) of St. Louis, Missouri.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d Decarbo, Beth (2008-11-13). "Any Way You Slice It, It's Not Turkey". The Wall Street Journal. 
  2. ^ "UnTurkey.org". Retrieved 22 November 2013. 

External links

  • Unturkey.org hosts and archives the original Now and Zen cookbook UnTurkey recipe
  • Field Roast Grain Meat Co. website
  • Match Foods, Inc. website
  • Turtle Foods Tofurky website
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