textured vegetable protein

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textured vegetable protein

- A protein obtained from soy beans and made to resemble minced meat.
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Texturized vegetable proteins now most commonly are made by an extrusion process, starting with protein concentrates of 50 percent or greater.
TVP OR TEXTURIZED VEGETABLE PROTEIN: Made from soy flour that has been cooked under pressure, extruded, and dried.
1 packet dry spaghetti sauce mix 3/4 cup tomato powder 1 cup TVP (texturized vegetable protein, available at health-food stores) 2 tablespoons minced dried onions 2 tablespoons julienned sun-dried tomatoes 1 tablespoon dried sliced mushrooms 12 1/4-ounce can sliced olives 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 pound pasta At home, combine the spaghetti sauce mix, tomato powder, and TVP in a small plastic bag, In a second bag, combine dried onions, tomatoes, and mushrooms.
(*) Texturized vegetable protein (T.V.P.) is a high protein meat substitute with a texture similar to hamburger.
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 31 2018] Growing aversion for meat-based food products has reflected favorably towards adoption of plant based protein sources, thus contributing towards the growth of texturized vegetable protein market.
The global texturized vegetable protein market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 4.9% during the period of forecast, 2018-2028.