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- June 15, 2003 at 6:24 pm #249611
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!
Sent: Sunday, June 15, 2003 1:24 PM
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.
> 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!
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