Use this ground turkey substitute in your favorite recipes,
or, shape into patties to make delicious “turkey” burgers! This
soy-based meat substitute is low in sodium (only 5mg per serving!)
and high in potassium, making it much more heart-healthy than some
other vegan meat alternatives on the market. Versatile and tasty,
this 1 lb. bag will create the equivalent of 3.92 lbs. of ground
“turkey” when reconstituted, making it an exceptional deal for your
dollar! Gluten-Free. 1 lb. bag is $6.99.
Ingredients: Soy flour
Serving size – 1.75 oz. or about ½ cup dry
Servings per package – about 9
Calories per serving – 140
Total fat – 1.5g (0.5g saturated)
Sodium – 5mg
Potassium – 1212mg
Total carbohydrate – 15g (9g fiber, 4g sugars)
Protein – 25g
Average Rating: (From 3 Reviews):
Submit a Review
From Anonymous of seattle, Washington on .
As a long time professional cook who was raised in a 'meat and potato' home, and who is always asked for treats from my kitchen as well as my recipes, I am so very happy with this product as an alternative to meat. I have celiac disease and prefer a vegetarian diet. Without telling my husband I used this in my lasagna recipe, sauteing it with olive oil, onion and garlic. My husband raved and raved about it being so delicious. It was not until the following day as he again raved over the leftover lasagna that I divulged my secret. I use this product regularly in my recipes and have shared it now with our neighbors who are older. She too is a cook from scratch gal and he is a foodie, they want their food to be delicious, and the protein content and lowfat features of this product are perfect for them-it makes it not only delicious, but nutritious as well. This is an essential item in my pantry!
From Andrea Hoone of Murrieta, California on .
I believe this is just TVP (textured vegetable protien) repackaged and marked up. If so, you can get TVP in the bulk section of most health food stores much cheaper.
Submit a Review
From Sandy of Denver, Colorado on .
It's not that it's bad, it's just not good either. The ingredients here say "soy flour, seasonings". The seasonings, if there were any, would be the key in making it taste like something. When you get the actual product, the ingredient list is one thing, "soy flour". No seasonings. It adds a chewy texture to whatever you put it in, but no flavor. TVP does the same thing. That's basically what this is. I say, save yourself some money and just buy TVP.