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2 Best Meat Substitutes

Meat Substitutes for Prostate HealthMeat substitutes are high in protein, a good source of fiber and nutrients, and low in fat, while containing no cholesterol.

Here are two of the best meat substitutes:

Tempeh

This fermented soybean food has been a staple in Indonesia for more than 2,000 years, and a highly nutritious food that has gradually gained acceptance elsewhere as a plant protein alternative to meat. It is made by cooking and dehulling soybeans, inoculating them with a culturing agent like the fungus Rhizopus oligosporus, and incubating the mixture overnight until it forms a solid cake. Tempeh has high levels of protein (about 41 grams per cup), along with riboflavin, magnesium, manganese, copper, fiber, and isoflavones. Soy protein has been shown to help lower harmful cholesterol and raise beneficial cholesterol, as well as help regulate blood sugar levels in people who have diabetes. Tempeh can be stir-fried, heating in a skillet, added to sauces and soups, and made into chili.

Seitan

Although seitan (pronounced “say-tan’) is made from wheat, it isn’t like bread or flour. The finished product looks like and has the texture of meat. It is very high in protein and is popular in Asian restaurants as a mock meat or meat substitute. Like tofu, seitan readily absorbs the flavor of whatever it is cooked in or flavored with, so you can find chicken, beef, and fish flavored seitan. If you have a wheat allergy, however, seitan is not for you. You can find it in the refrigerated and frozen sections of natural food stores, and it is very easy to prepare.

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