Looking for inexpensive source for TVP

My husband is a vegetarian and a very picky eater. I like useing TVP for some variety but we live in a rural area and it's so expensive when I can get it. I've heard of people saving money by using it instead of meat and saving money by being vegetarians, but we could save more money on food

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    thebarkingdog2003
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    Default Looking for inexpensive source for TVP


    My husband is a vegetarian and a very picky eater. I like useing TVP
    for some variety but we live in a rural area and it's so expensive
    when I can get it. I've heard of people saving money by using it
    instead of meat and saving money by being vegetarians, but we could
    save more money on food here if we did eat meat!!! The cheapest I can
    find the crumble style TVP is $3 a lb - (not dehydrated) I can get
    ground turkey for .39 a lb!!! There has to be someplace I can get it
    cheaper. I've been looking online and haven't found it for much less.

    Cindy in MI


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    jhumberghgnet
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    Default RE: Looking for inexpensive source for TVP


    Here is an address where you can get a variety of dehydrated TVP
    products. I have tried TVP from the local health food store and the
    oriental market, but the TVP that I have ordered from this place is
    without a doubt the best. It has the best texture and mixes better
    and any others I've tried. I usually buy it in bulk and store it in
    glass containers. It will keep for at least a year stored that way,
    maybe longer.

    http://www.healthy-eating.com/

    Hope this helps.

    Jo


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    iluvv2quill@earthlink.net
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    Default Re: Looking for inexpensive source for TVP


    I thought their prices were higher than the ones she tried or would have
    posted this cuz that's where I buy mine, too. I flavor my own with veggie
    beef bouillion. Do you use the plain or the beef-flavored?

    At 01:20 AM 04/26/2003 +0000, jhumberghgnet wrote:
    >Here is an address where you can get a variety of dehydrated TVP
    >products. I have tried TVP from the local health food store and the
    >oriental market, but the TVP that I have ordered from this place is
    >without a doubt the best. It has the best texture and mixes better
    >and any others I've tried. I usually buy it in bulk and store it in
    >glass containers. It will keep for at least a year stored that way,
    >maybe longer.http://www.healthy-eating.com/


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    iluvv2quill
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    Default Re: Looking for inexpensive source for TVP


    I thought their prices were higher than the ones she tried or would
    have posted this cuz that's where I buy mine, too. I flavor my own
    with veggie beef bouillion. Do you use the plain or the beef-
    flavored?

    At 01:20 AM 04/26/2003 +0000, jhumberghgnet wrote:
    Here is an address where you can get a variety of dehydrated TVP
    products. I have tried TVP from the local health food store and the
    oriental market, but the TVP that I have ordered from this place is
    without a doubt the best. It has the best texture and mixes better

    and any others I've tried. I usually buy it in bulk and store it in
    glass containers. It will keep for at least a year stored that way,
    maybe longer.http://www.healthy-eating.com/


 

 

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