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Re: Monk’s Meats: A Vegetarian Butcher Makes a Case for Wheat Meat
« Reply #20 on: April 13, 2013, 01:47:12 PM »
Looks like you have got it :chef:

Tom,

Thanks, the next part is too see how it tastes and if I added too many ingredients.

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Re: Monk’s Meats: A Vegetarian Butcher Makes a Case for Wheat Meat
« Reply #21 on: April 13, 2013, 03:37:55 PM »
I've been seeing seitan in more and more places. Careful Norma, you're heading into hipster territory! :-D

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Re: Monk’s Meats: A Vegetarian Butcher Makes a Case for Wheat Meat
« Reply #22 on: April 13, 2013, 04:58:15 PM »
I've been seeing seitan in more and more places. Careful Norma, you're heading into hipster territory! :-D

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That Seitan sure looks good.  Where do you see Seitan in your area?  I haven't seen any in my area, but then I didn't look yet.  I sure am not a hipster.   :-D

I tasted a little piece of the Seitan and so far it tastes good.  If I find time after I get finished with my yard work, I want to grill a few slices with some bbq sauce.

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Re: Monk’s Meats: A Vegetarian Butcher Makes a Case for Wheat Meat
« Reply #23 on: April 13, 2013, 05:37:48 PM »
That picture was from my local grocery store. They actually carry a couple different kinds- I hope your seitan turns out good.

I sure am not a hipster.   :-D

You should switch your glasses for some with thick black frames! :-D



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Re: Monk’s Meats: A Vegetarian Butcher Makes a Case for Wheat Meat
« Reply #24 on: April 13, 2013, 07:55:15 PM »
That picture was from my local grocery store. They actually carry a couple different kinds- I hope your seitan turns out good.

You should switch your glasses for some with thick black frames! :-D

Jeff,

I soon need to go to the eye doctor to get my eyes checked.  I have been wearing the same glasses for over 8 years now.  Maybe I will get some thick black frames when I get new glasses.  I guess I would be in with the "hipster" crowd then.   8) :-D

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Re: Monk’s Meats: A Vegetarian Butcher Makes a Case for Wheat Meat
« Reply #25 on: April 13, 2013, 07:59:41 PM »
Some of the Seitan loaf was cut after being in the fridge awhile.  Since I read that Seitan can take on almost any flavor, I just decided to make some regular easy bbq sauce with a little Shark Brand Sricacha to let the Seitan marinate in until I had most of my dinner ready.  I then put the Seitan on the grill and grilled for about 9 minutes, with some basting of the sauce.  The Seitan stayed moist and was tasty in my opinion.  It didn’t taste anything like VWG.

It was a beautiful spring day out today and while I was grilling the Seitan I saw different species of birds.  The one photo is just a picture of a robin.

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I am editing this post to say that my dang new camera now won't work.  The lens won't come open when it is turned out.  I had to use my daughters old camera to take these pictures. 
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