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Homemade meat from Gluten Flour

By Yeshuasdaughter · Mar 21, 2020 · ·
  1. How to make "vegetarian chicken meat" from gluten. It's called Seitan and is eaten quite often in Asia:

    It is very nourishing and filling. Good source of high protein.

    You will need actual gluten flour (sold at Win Co), where all the bran and starch have been removed, and all that is left is the gluten. There are ways to "wash" whole wheat flour to make gluten flour, but that's really complicated.

    Crush up 2 boullion cubes

    Mix it in with 1 cup of gluten flour

    Pour in 2 cups of water and knead the dough until very sticky and elastic. You will see why the word "glue" comes from gluten.

    Next take kitchen scizzors and cut the "meat" into strips that resemble chicken strips. Put it in a baggie or a covered bowl in the fridge.

    You can fry or bake this in any recipe you'd use beef, chicken, or pork.

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  1. tree
    Wheat meat. I have made that lots of times. I used to buy 50 pound bags of
    whole wheat flour from the co-op and make seitan/wheat meat from that.
    The water that washes off it is nutritious, so I saved that. Easier to use gluten
    flour, of course.
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    1. Yeshuasdaughter
      OMG you are so rad!