Thursday, July 7, 2011

Taco TVP - July Special

Taco TV-what?

Textured Vegetable Protien

You can use it in tacos, soups, layer dips, burritos, casseroles, etc.
At most of my demonstrations I make little nachos using Taco TVP, Freeze dried Corn, Freeze Dried Cheese and Sour Cream Powder in a Tostios scoop chip. 
Taco TVP for nachos is as easy as put it in a pan with water and simmer till all the water is gone!

People are always amazed at how good it tastes! I don't tell them it's TVP until they have had a bite. And they always want a second one after they find out what it is. Almost like they can't believe it! It's great fun!

Lots of people, however, have never heard of TVP. So I always have to explain it to them. Maybe you are unfamiliar with TVP too.

Because I couldn't put it better myself...
From Shelf Reliance University:
TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) is an excellent protein source that is easy to store and use. TVP is made from soy flour where the soy oil has been extracted. It is cooked under pressure and then extruded and dried. Not only is TVP high in protein, but its also high in fiber and low in fat. This makes TVP ideal for food storage and also for every day use. Because TVP is not made from meat, it does not have the contamination risk that many meats have with bacteria such as E. Coli and Salmonella. Because it is soy based, it is perfect for those on a vegetarian diet. 
TVP is also very convenient for camping as it weighs very little and can be quickly rehydrated or added to dishes. It also makes a great quick dinner as you can make sloppy joes or tacos in under 15 minutes for much less than the cost of ground beef and with more nutrition. TVP is a very economical choice that provides the protein of meat without the fat or the mess that cooking and browning can create.
Taco TVP
#10 Can - Party $14.39
#10 Can - July Q-pon $11.89
Case (6 #10 cans) - $66.73

Contact me anytime to place an order!

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