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    Pamela''sCountryKitchen
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    Default Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    I use TVP all the time, Melissa. I've even started a small business with it.
    If I can help, let me know.

    Take care,
    Pam

    >
    Has anyone here used TVP? I recently heard of it and am looking for more
    > information and personal experiences with cooking with it. I wish I had a
    > Meijer's store here, what a great price!
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    > Melissa


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    pedies5
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    Default Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    I would really like to know how you turned TVP into a small business.
    You can email me privately at pedies5@bellsouth.net Thanks! God
    bless, Rhonda.

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Pamela'sCountryKitchen"
    <pck@r...> wrote:
    > I use TVP all the time, Melissa. I've even started a small business
    with it.
    > If I can help, let me know.
    >
    > Take care,
    > Pam
    >
    > > Has anyone here used TVP? I recently heard of it and am looking
    for more
    > > information and personal experiences with cooking with it. I
    wish I had a
    > > Meijer's store here, what a great price!
    > >
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > > Melissa


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    SHAMEL DANDAL
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    Default Re: Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    I don't know enough about it yet to start asking questions, but I am interested
    in how you started a small business with it. Now that I know several members
    use it, I plan on searching the web for information about it. It is my
    understanding so far that it comes dry in either chunks or crumbles and you add
    water and treat just like ground beef, is that correct? I read it only cost
    around .60/lb and is much cheaper to cook with (and healthier to according to
    some) than hamburger meat. Thanks for the offer of advise, I am sure I will be
    taking you up on it real soon!

    Thanks again
    Melissa
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    Subject: Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP
    (textured vegetable protein)


    I use TVP all the time, Melissa. I've even started a small business with it.
    If I can help, let me know.

    Take care,
    Pam

    > Has anyone here used TVP? I recently heard of it and am looking for more
    > information and personal experiences with cooking with it. I wish I had a
    > Meijer's store here, what a great price!
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    > Melissa


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    Donna
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    Default Re: Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    Melissa

    I am also interested in TVP so I did a search. Go to www.bulkfoods.com I
    found it there under naturional supplements on the right of the main page. Any
    one that has used the product please pass on more info, and how does it taste,
    storage and other info that we could use before spending the extra money on a
    product we really don't know about. Thanks I'm very interested, this can save
    a lot of money per year on the grocery bill. Thanks Donna




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    Pamela''sCountryKitchen
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    Default Re: Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    Ok, what I when cooking for my family is this. I buy the TVP crumbles. I
    buy it in 50lb bags but before that, I got it at our local grocery store in
    bulk. If you're doesn't have it, you can go to a health food store. If they
    have bulk, they should carry it. They probably have pre~packaged but it's
    priced higher.

    So you take it home and in a pan pour a jar of spaghetti sauce. Warm it just
    a bit. Add your TVP. Depending on how "meaty" you like it, you's add from
    cup up to a cup. Add double the amount of water to it. More, if you like it
    thinner. Add your usual spices and let it simmer for about 10 minutes. Done.

    Most people think it's hamburger. When I made it for my group, everyone
    thought my spaghetti sauce was not only hamburger but they thought it was
    made all day. It's one of my top sellers.

    Hope this helps a little bit and you get the idea. TVP will take on the
    taste of whatever you cook it with.


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    pedies5
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    Default Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Pamela'sCountryKitchen"
    <pck@r...> wrote:
    > Ok, what I when cooking for my family is this. I buy the TVP
    crumbles. I
    > buy it in 50lb bags but before that, I got it at our local grocery
    store in
    > bulk. >>

    Thanks for the recipe! We don't have a very good selction at any
    local stores here on veggis items. And we don't have a bulk store
    anywhere. Where do you get the 50 lb. bags? I think it's so great
    that you make these mixes and have turned it into a small business!
    How inventive! God bless, Rhonda.


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    Pamela''sCountryKitchen
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    Default Re: Melissa ~ Re: Budget101.com : ground turkey, ground beef, TVP (textured vegetable protein)


    [Moderator's note: Please snip your messages, thank you.]

    I get mine from the manufacturer. It comes on an eighteen wheeler with the
    rest of my order. I believe you have to have a business number in order to
    order with them but I can look into it for you. Let me check my papers, ok?

    Take care,
    Pam


    Where do you get the 50 lb. bags? I think it's so great
    > that you make these mixes and have turned it into a small business!
    > How inventive! God bless, Rhonda.
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