Made from a blend of wheat protein, red
beans, and sprounted lentils, Pacific Foods Organic Seitan is a
delicious addition to your favorite dish. With 15-16g of
protein per serving, it's packed in an aseptic container making it
easy to store without needing refrigeration until after being
opened. Spice up your favorite stir frys, top off your
salads, or use as the "meat" for your next sandwich, there are
hundreds of ways to enjoy this delicious organic seitan!
Available in 3 flavors: Original, Korean BBQ, and Italian
Herb. 12 oz. (340g) containers are $4.69 each.
Original ingredients: Water,
organic vital wheat gluten, organic red beans, organic sprouted
lentils, organic brown sugar, sea salt, organic spices, organic
Korean BBQ ingredients:
Water, organic vital wheat gluten, organic red beans, organic soy
sauce (organic soybeans, organic wheat, salt, organic alcohol),
organic cane sugar, organic sprouted lentils, organic sesame oil,
organic canola oil, organic garlic, organic onion
Italian Herb ingredients:
Water, organic vital wheat gluten, organic red beans, organic
sprouted lentils, sea salt, organic cane sugar, organic spices,
organic garlic, organic cayenne pepper
From Anonymous of Winston Salem, North Carolina on 6/3/2016.
This is the BEST meat alternative out there, period.
From elau of Berkeley , California on 5/3/2016.
I can't eat sugar so haven't tried it. Can you offer a sugar free version? Use stevia if sweetening is necessary?
From Richard Rankin of La Plata, Missouri on 9/17/2015.
I tried the Korean BBQ flavor of this and it was ok sauteed and added to dishes, but not particularly flavorful. Straight out of the package, it was pretty bland. Korean BBQ flavor should be loaded with flavor, and it was pretty hohum. The seitan had a very firm texture, which could be good for some recipes, but, overall, my home made seitan is better, and Uptons is better and cheaper.
Kind of Bland
From Laura Whiting of Baltimore, Maryland on 9/17/2015.
I tried a couple different flavors of the Pacific Foods aseptic packed seitan, and I really wanted to love them - it seems like they would be incredibly handy for travel. Unfortunately, they were pretty flavorless, had an odd, crumbly texture, and a there was weird slimy coating on them. When I cooked and seasoned them they weren't too bad, but I was hoping they would be something I could just eat on the go as is.
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