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Soy bulgur

Soy bulgur is something a bit different. You can use it to make veggie meatballs
or burgers or as a main,
with vegetable side dishes.
Try it out: it’s easy and fills you up.
We recommend it.

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Soy bulgur is something a bit different. You can use it to make veggie meatballs
or burgers or as a main,
with vegetable side dishes.
Try it out: it’s easy and fills you up.
We recommend it.

Soy mince is ideal for vegetarian meatballs, burgers or ragù. It can also be added to vegetables or risottos.
You don’t have to be vegetarian to try it. It’s also a great and nutritious alternative to your usual dishes.

Try these soy nuggets to make veggie stews or casseroles.
They’re easy to make and make you feel seriously good.
Because they’re dishes with a difference,
because they sound like a rethink
on granny’s cooking and because
they’re nourishing and full of protein. Minimum time, maximum result.

If it’s never occurred to you to eat soy at breakfast, we’ve got there before you.
This muesli is rich in fibre and protein,
and you can eat it with milk or soy drinks to stay on theme,
in yoghurt, with other grains…
If you think of anything else,
will you let us know?

A mix ready to become the basis
for your salads, to eat as is or heat
in a minute in the pan or microwave.
Open the packet,
separate with a fork and off you go.

A mix ready for wolfing down. If you really want to go all out, you can heat it up in
a pan or microwave for a minute, then just separate with a fork. All that’s left then
is for it to be eaten or dressed with the ingredients you have in the cupboard.
It’s almost too easy.