neat – Vegan – Mexican Mix (5.5 oz.) – Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Soy Free, Meat Substitute Mix

neat – Vegan – Mexican Mix (5.5 oz.) – Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Soy Free, Meat Substitute Mix Product Features Gluten-free and soy-free Non-GMO project verified Kosher / Vegan / Vegetarian 100% vegan when prepared with a vegan egg (neat egg) Provides the protein of meat with 60% less saturated fat

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neat – Vegan – Mexican Mix (5.5 oz.) – Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Soy Free, Meat Substitute Mix

Product Features

  • Gluten-free and soy-free
  • Non-GMO project verified
  • Kosher / Vegan / Vegetarian
  • 100% vegan when prepared with a vegan egg (neat egg)
  • Provides the protein of meat with 60% less saturated fat

Comments

Anonymous says:

Meatball subs! As a meatball, this stuff is awesome! The first time I made them, they were dry and unappetizing. The second time, I added a tiny bit more water and a tiny bit of oil. Perfection!I love that I can completely understand the ingredients. Some of the other meat substitutes are so heavily processed that I’m not convinced they are better for you. My husband loves these as meatballs too! I tried the Mexican version as ground in a skillet and wasn’t super impressed. Hubby found it suitable…

Anonymous says:

The original Neat is great in casseroles The original Neat is great in casseroles, or as ground meat in a sauce of some type. LOVE that it does NOT have soy, and they already have egg replacer in it now, so only water is needed. HOWEVER, I’m willing to pay under $7 for this product. A few months later went to order more packets, and the price had DOUBLED. Will have to go elsewhere outside of Amazon to obtain for reasonable pricing.

Anonymous says:

works well with a bit of a trick during cooking Not too bad ,I mixed the two eggs and two tablespoons of water together then added the mix.It starts out as a paste but then cooks into crumbles ,one trick is to add a ounce of water about two or three times as you cook.As the neat starts to get too dry add water to hot pan as you would to “steam” vegetables ,then use a plastic spatula to group dried bits together .The mix is much like very lean meat and you might want to add some taco seasoning as it is not seasoned that strong.Works…

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