Wishing everyone: Happy ” World Vegan Day 2012″
November is a wonderful month for all vegans. Do you know that November is also World Vegan Month?
Hence, we introduce a wonderful food to veganlogy’s reader…
~ Organic Tempeh~
TempehÂ is more than just a meat substitute for vegans and vegetarians.Â Organic Tempeh is a fermented soyfood, isÂ originated in Indonesia. Made of fermented organic soybeans, it is a probiotic food that is a great source of protein, calcium, and fiberÂ very commonly made and use in Malaysia and Indonesia. It is an amazingly nutrient rich soyfood, high in complete protein and Vit B-12, is an excellent choice especially good for strict vegans diets. Tempeh is low in calories and fat, and completely free of cholesterol.
Organic Tempeh differs form tofu in that it has a firmer texture, has a greater density and higher in fiber because the whole bean is used. So, it is a great meat alternative, and gives your recipes a heartier texture and taste.
Organic Tempeh has a naturally complex flavor that has been described as Â nutty mushroom flavour.Â Normally tempeh is sliced or cut in cubes and fried until the surface is crisp and golden brown.Â You can alsoÂ sauteed, baked, stir-fried, broiled, steamed, or grilled. It is a versital food that can be used in recipes in different ways dips, chilis, stir-frys, soups, stews, salads and sandwiches.
So, let’s celebrate World Vegan Day 2012 with this wonderful source of protein!
Try this my >Â Quick > Simple >Easy > SpicyÂ ~Steamed Tempeh~