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With the variety of food you can find in BioBrots recommend a series of recipes and tips for a good and optimal consumption

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Vegetable proteins + SEITAN

VEGETABLE PROTEINS In vegetable proteins we have pulses, nuts, seeds, cereals and some algae such as spirulina. It is important to consume them in more quantity and frequency than animal proteins thanks to their contribution of healthy fats and fiber. It is for this reason that throughout history, the man who is aware of this need has been developing products rich in amino acids of plant origin to further improve their contribution in low quantity of food. Tofu and seitan, some proteins that are concentrated with all the benefits of the plant world that originate in China. SEITAN Gluten-free vegetable protein (not indicated for celiacs) that is boiled in a broth with Tamari and Kombu seaweed that enriches it in minerals and lysine (a deficient amino acid in cereals). Known as vegetable meat, because it is a dough of brown and fluffy. Very used in Buddhist cuisine, since they do not eat meat. With 24% of good quality proteins and B group vitamins, except B12. Advantages of SEITAN · Slimming diets; Thanks for being low in fat and carbohydrates. · Great protein content with the advantage of being gentler and digestible than meat. · Arterioesclerosis and cardiovascular problems: It does not contain saturated fats. · It does not contain cholesterol and helps prevent it from being rich in fiber · It contains very little fat, only 1%. · Regulator of intestinal transit thanks to being rich in fiber. · Diet for athletes: High in proteins and low in saturated fat. · Anemias: 100 gr. of seitan contribute 5.2 mg of iron, their absorption with vitamin C or citrus improves · Vegan or vegetarian food by providing all essential amino acids and iron. How to introduce it to food · Very versatile, especially in stews and fried by its salty taste and its consistency similar to meat · Sautéed with other vegetables · Breaded · Croquettes or hamburgers · Sauteed with algae RECIPE SEAT WITH VEGETABLES Ingredients for 2 people: • 1 bowl of vegetables • 1 seitan pack cut to dice • Olive oil • Tamari • Curry Preparation: • In a pan, heat the oil and add the vegetables and sauté for 7 minutes. • Add the seitan and season to taste with the Tamari and the curry. • Serve hot