Veggie Protein Bloc – Spelt (1 kilogram)

Packshot: Tamari Seitan Bloc Spelt - 1000g

Spelt is an old variety of grain that has attracted renewed attention from the organic sector as a result of cultivation conditions, namely that is uses less fertiliser, has better resistance to disease and has a hard kernel with a high protein level.

Recommended retail price: 23,90

Bertyn - Veggie Protein Bloc – Spelt (1 kilogram) can be found fresh in the cooler of your health food store. Find a sales outlet in the area or order online via amanvida.eu

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Ingredients

76% spelt flour*, 19% wholemeal Oberkulmer Rotkorn spelt flour*, 5% tamari sauce*: tamari* (water, soybeans*, sea salt, mirin* (water, rice*, sea salt, aspergilus oryzae)), ginger*, bay leaves* and sea salt.

Nutritional values

Energy 500 kJ/120kcal
Fats 2,2 g, of which saturated fatty acids 0,4 g
Carbohydrates 1,6 g, of which sugars 0,4 g
Fibre 2,5 g
Protein 22,2 g
Salt 0,7 g

Content & Storage Info

Keep away from light and chilled at 7┬░ C maximum. Best before: see front packaging

*Organic origin
May contain traces of celery, mustard, sesame seed, nuts

Without: flavorings, added sugars, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, added (chemical) vitamins.

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“Seitan is great, I love it. Seitan (pronounced say-tan) is one of the most versatile faux-meat products you’ll ever experience.”

“How seitan tastes depends entirely upon how you flavor it: it’s essentially a sponge for flavor.”