The Secret of Textured Wheat Protein

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WTF Textured Wheat Protein: Choice for Chew

Textured Wheat Protein (TWP) is a heaven-send alternative to the more mainstream Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP) for folks seeking a soy-free source of plant protein. With a more fibruous structure TWP opens up a new world for at-home meat analogs. Scott and Janie explore the important differences between TWP and TVP, how to substitute them in our plant-based recipes, and share our mouth-watering new recipe for plant-based baked haddock… on this week’s WTF.

Product Links:
Textured Wheat Protein
Burger Binder
Coconut Oil
Konjac Gum
Calcium Hydroxide
Glucono Delta-Lactone (GDL)
Textured Vegetable Protein

Recipe Link:
Updated Recipe: Plant-Based White Fish
New England Plant-Based Baked Haddock
Plant-Based Golden Chikn Nuggets with Sweet and Sour Sauce

References and Other Links you Might Like!
WTF – Textured Vegetable Protein
WTF – Burger Binder
WTF – Coconut Oil
WTF – Plant Based Sausage
WTF – Konjac Gum
WTF – Glucono-Delta Lactone (GDL)

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1 Comment.

  • I’m looking forward to trying out the Evercrisp and Bind & Bake.
    I’ll let you know how I do. I’m an 80 year old amateur just getting into the kitchen. Watch Out!

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