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Full Video Here: I Tested 5 Hacks to EXTEND Your VEGAN MEAT Supply!
There are a lot of ways to experience with your meat in the kitchen 💀
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Can you make a tutorial how to make vegan meet without store bought vegan meet, cause where I live there's no vegan meat in store.
I’ll just eat the real stuff thanks though
Thats so cool!!!!!!!!!!! ❤❤❤
Thanks for that video man, A brick of Impossible Meat topped $15 over here. I remember when I could buy it for $6!
I generally find the best way to extend vegan meats is to disinvite the in-laws.
Guys remember cows produce gas that hurts earth with Global warming
Plus we are human we need eat to survive
Will you tell a lion to become a vegan
slug burger? 👂🧏
TVP is a great filler for impossible meat for tacos and stuff like that. I use anywhere between a ratio of 1:1 and 1 part impossible to 2 parts TVP
I do this sometimes, mostly with extra vegan meat
Ugh, why do vegans want to eat fake meat if they don't like meat? Shouldn't you be eating only leaves and grass?
Kidding aside – to extend Impossible meat, I like to add half TVP that was rehydrated in mushroom seasoning broth. Mmm
I had a bunch of spring roll wrappers left (since hey come in packs of 50 and are — allegedly — not supposed to be re-frozen upon thawing). We also had a pack of Impossible grounds. I sautéd it with mushrooms, carrots, onions, and a burger sauce to bind it all, then filled the wrappers with them. I lightly brushed on a thin layer of oil and baked them (they were too rich to deep fry). Best usage of Impossible grounds I've had to date, and an easy way to stretch out the "meat" over several dozen rolls!
I think the kitchen isn't the best place to experiment with my meat.
Gonna start doing this with our regular ground beef too. Everything is getting so expensive.
I love experimenting with my meat