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    Tempeh: The Fast and Easy Way

    p_prod_tempeh20Poor, poor tempeh.  So tasty and nutritious, yet virtually unknown.

    Granted, its technical description — fermented soybeans — doesn’t do it many favors with unfamiliar consumers.  And, to the untrained eye, a package of tempeh looks like a bland, moldy rectangle of blah.

    Fortunately, the folks at Turtle Island Foods are here to help with their marinated tempeh strips.

    Available in three flavors (coconut curry — my favorite –, sesame garlic, and lemon pepper), it is a ridiculously simple way to give this nutrition powerhouse a try.  Simply heat the strips in a lightly greased pan for three to four minutes and you’re good to go.

    A 5-slice serving provides:

    • 120 calories
    • 280 milligrams sodium (slightly over 10% of the recommended daily limit)
    • 5 grams fiber
    • 12 grams protein

    As an added bonus, Turtle Island uses 100% non-genetically modified, organic soybeans and REAL spices (none of that vague “natural and artificial flavors” here).

    Serve this over brown rice with a baked sweet potato on the side (topped with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil) for a delectable meal that will have you looking at soy in a whole new different way.


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