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From: Bryanna (
Subject:         Re: no soy, no veg meats
Date: February 22, 2009 at 11:54 am PST

In Reply to: no soy, no veg meats posted by Ro on February 19, 2009 at 6:45 pm:

Before I answer your question, you might like to
read some other views on soy at:

You may prefer not to eat commercial meat subs that
contain soy, but know that tofu and soymilk, and
even tempeh, soy sauce or miso, can be made in your
own home from organically-grown soybeans grown in
Canada or the US (or even in your own garden!)-- so
I'm not sure what you mean by "processed". If you
are concerned about deforestation from the growing
of soybeans, be aware that the vast bulk of soy is
grown for animal feed! See article links:

Gluten from wheat is the other product that is used
in many meat subs, and you can also make your own
gluten from organically grown wheat flour. Seventh
Day Adventists have been doing that since the late
1800's, and the Chinese have been doing it since
about 500 AD!

That said, most vegan blogs are full of good bean
and grain and vegetable recipes, and there are many
vegan blogs! I have many on my own blog, which you
can access from here:

There are also many, many vegan cookbooks on the
market and, believe me, not all of the recipes
contain meat subs! Check your library catalog,
amazon, etc.. Also, if you google "vegan bean
recipes", or "vegan grain recipes". etc., you will
be flooded with good ideas!

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