Meat Substitutes : Meat Or Meat?

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Meat Substitutes You may not think so, but many of these product could be found in most grocery stores in the nation, and many recipes containing these substance may be found on menus in restaurants too. The average person might not think so much about it, but for dieters, vegans, and vegetarians this may be their favorite food. These products, and recipes has many names to go with it, for example like, faux meat, fake meat, or meat substitutes. What is faux meat, and meat substitutes? For starters they are both made from plant based products. Faux meat may be considered the factory made substitutes and brand name products that they sell in stores. The companies and brands are now creating faux meat with the same texture and taste of…show more content…
One could say that the high-protein, fiber-rich, saturated-fat-free, and cholesterol found in faux meats is an nice way to improve your health. There is less saturated fat in food that contain meat substitute, and this could help reduce the development of heart disease and prolong life. Not to mention the plant product in the substitutes will cut down the amount of fat that is consume on the daily bases. It has low calorie, high protein, and a lot of iron, and would be a good, healthy substitutes for may meats Meat substitutes and faux meat are usually made with plant products which have all types of good nutrients that is beneficial to sustain the state of good health. It is a helpful invention, that turns plant-base products, like soy and pea-proteins into meat-like substance that can be substituted into cuisines without changing the traditional dish. Meat substitutes are not just factory made products, its also recipes and ingredients you use to replace the animal fat with. It also adds more plant beneficials that the dish did not have before. The use of this product is nothing new, not many documentations mentions as to where or when this product was created, but many have been using plant-based products to substitute for animal products for years, and in different countries and different cultures also. For example, tofu is a popular meat substitute invented in China during the Han
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