This preparation based on wheat protein (gluten) comes from the Far East. The seitan is rich in vegetable protein of top quality (essential amino acids), and contains no cholesterol and very little fat. Of all the nutrients that vegetable proteins supply, the structure of seitan resembles meat the most. Seitan is an ideal replacement for meat in the pan or mince dishes. It can also be cut into slices or cubes and be stewed, baked, …
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|Without added sugar|
|Peanut and nut free|
|Sesame seeds free|
water, GLUTEN*, WHEAT FLOUR*, Shoyu* (water, SOYA*, WHEAT*, sea salt, A. Oryzae), sea salt, onion*, garlic*, pepper*. Liquid: water, Shoyu*. *organically grown
|Value for 100g (g)|
|of which sugars||2|
|of which saturated||0.5|
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