Veggie Protein Bloc – Wheat

Bertyn Veggie Protein Seitan Bloc: 550g - Tarwe

This protein-rich product is perfect for replacing meat in your meals. The name ‘Seitan’ comes from Japan, where it has been prepared in the traditional manner for hundreds of years.

When the popularity of natural food increased, original seitan was also discovered by the West. Seitan was originally made using wheat. We have been making wheat seitan for 25 years and have recently also begun making spelt seitan.

Recommended retail price: 11.50

Bertyn - Veggie Protein Bloc – Wheat 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

73% Manitoba wheat flour*, 18% wholemeal wheat flour*, 9% shoyu sauce*: shoyu* (water, soybeans*, wheat*, sea salt, aspergilus oryzae), ginger*, bay leaves* and fleur de sel.

Nutritional values

Energy 563 kJ/134 kcal
Fats 2,5 g, of which saturated fatty acids 0,7 g
Carbohydrates 1,9 g, of which sugars 0,2 g
Fibre 1,4 g
Protein 25,4 g
Salt 0,7 g

Content & Storage Info

Donker en koel bewaren bij maximaal 7° C.
Tenminste houdbaar tot: zie voorkant verpakking.

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

Does not contain: aromas, flavor enhancers, added sugar, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil and added (chemical) vitamins.

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Inspiration for cooking with seitan of Bertyn

Organic seitan from Bertyn is easy to use in vegetarian dishes. In classic dishes you can use seitan as a meat substitute. A meat substitute without cholesterol, with more protein than meat or fish and low in fat. Ideal on your veggie day. On this website you will find a lot of recipes for seitan.

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Seitan recipe suggestions

Stir-fried vegetables with seitan, noodles and turmeric

Stir-fried vegetables with seitan, noodles and turmeric

Recipe suitable for: 2 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 15 minutes | Preparation time: 30 minutes | Total preparation: 45 minutes |Type: Main dish, Meat substitute

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Teriyaki seitan recipe with rice and peas

teriyaki seitan with rice and peas

Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Total preparation: 30 minutes |Type: Main dish, Meat substitute

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Tagliatelle met scaloppine Di Vitello van seitan. Met champignons

Tagliatelle with seitan scallopini. Recipe served with mushrooms, white wine and almond cream

Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Total preparation: 40 minutes |Type: Main dish, Pasta

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What fans say about Bertyn

Miki Duerinck & Kristin Leybaert

cooks of the vegetarian cookery studio and authors of 4 vegetarian cooking books, Ghent

“Even if we never manage to convert the world to the vast majority of meat replacements, one product remains decidedly hopeful: the Manitoba wheat and soy sauce-based, traditionally produced seitan manufactured by Bertyn. It brings together the two qualities required if you justifiably want to call a product a ‘meat replacement’: it is pure and natural and very tasty. It is on sale in health food shops, vacuum packed as seitan steak, seitan supreme or in ‘block form’. It is easy to prepare: the seitan is baked, steamed or cooked in a flash because it never requires lengthy cooking times. So from now on no restaurant has a valid excuse for not putting such a vegetarian dish on the menu.”