>Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 22:19:44 -0500
>From: "Robin Blair" <melidee@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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>I often use veggie burgers, garden burgers, crumbles and other "fake =
>meat" soy products, but I find that almost all of them are "beef" or =
>"red meat" substitutes. Does anyone have any good substitutes for =
>chicken or turkey? I sometimes get a craving for a "chicken" like =
>something, and I end up eating another Boca burger without satisfaction! =
> any suggestions?
Yes, two suggestions.
1. Tofu is often used in a variety of 'chicken-ish' ways -
both frozen tofu and un-frozen tofu (different textures).
Perhaps you'd like to introduce yourself to it if you
haven't already? A cookbook with tofu recipes would be a
help, I think. I don't actually know of a good 'beginners'
tofu cookbook. Anyone have recommendations?
2. DixieDiner has a 'chicken-not' TVP product. I wasn't
very impressed with it, and would much rather have tofu, but
maybe you'd like it. They do have a lot of interesting
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