Fitday Vegan Meat (Mock Meat) – 200 gm
Fitday® VeganMeat, a plant-based meat/mock meat, is a delicious, nutritious, sustainable protein designed to help you maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Made from soy & natural ingredients, you can use this mock meat to prepare different recipes as per choice and taste preferences.
Ingredients: Soya Protein, Wheat Flour, Wheat Protein (Gluten), Rice, Corn Starch, Vegetable Oil, Spices & Condiments.
Note: Contains monosodium glutamate. Not recommended for infants below 12 months.
Additional Information- Proprietary Food. Contains allergens- Soy & Gluten.
Cooking Instructions: Add Fitday® VeganMeat to your favourite recipe while cooking.
Store in a dry, cool (below 20°C) place.
Consume within the same day after opening the seal.
Do not buy or use if the pouch is open, leaking or puffed.
You can use the versatile Fitday® VeganMeat in any cuisine as fillings, pizza toppings, and added to gravies. Use this plant-based meat to make VeganMeat biryani, pasta, rolls, sandwiches, dosa, momos, etc.
Benefits of Plant-based Meat:
- Vegan friendly.
- High protein – 24g/serving.
- Supports weight management.
- Reduces the risk of LDL or “bad” cholesterol
- Decreases inflammation.
- Helps with bowel regularity as it is rich in fibre.
- Supports cardiovascular health.
- Reduces the risk of certain types of cancers.
FAQs about the product-
Q. Is vegan meat healthier than real meat?
A. Yes! Plant-based meats, or mock meats as they are popularly called, are healthier than regular meat as they contain lesser amounts of saturated fat and calories. Plant-based meats or mock meats are better than animal-based meat based on calorie count alone.
Fitday® VeganMeat looks and tastes like meat. By choosing Fitday® VeganMeat, you:
• Eat healthier – A good source of protein, the non-GMO ingredients give you the meaty experience you crave without the cruelty.
• Fight climate change - Our plant-based meats generate 90% fewer greenhouse gas emissions.
• Preserve natural resources - Creating Fitday® VeganMeat takes significantly less water.
Q. What is vegan meat made of?
A. Made from natural ingredients like soy, wheat flour, wheat protein (gluten), rice, etc., and spices and flavouring, you can add mock meat to different recipes according to your choice and taste preferences.
Vegan meat — also called mock meat or plant-based meat — are products that mirror the texture, appearance and flavour of animal meat. Fitday® VeganMeat is a tasty, healthy and nutritious, sustainable protein designed to help you maintain a balanced diet.
Q. What are the benefits of vegan meat?
A. Since they are made from natural plant-based sources like soy, wheat flour, wheat protein (gluten), rice etc., vegan meat, plant-based meats or mock meats are healthier than regular meat as they contain lesser amounts of saturated fat and calories. Here are some of the health benefits of Fitday® VeganMeat:
• Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.
• Decreases inflammation.
• Reduces the risk of certain types of cancer.
• Helps improve gut health and digestion.
• Aids bowel regularity because of its fibre content.
• Helps improve weight management and supports weight loss goals.
• Lowers LDL or “bad” cholesterol.
Q. Do I get enough iron from vegan meat?
A. Several studies have revealed that vegetarian and vegan diets contain just as much iron as meat-based diets. Fitday® VeganMeat is rich in iron, i.e., 49mg/serving (2x of your RDA).
Q. Do I get enough B12 from a vegan diet?
A. The only dependable vegan sources of B12 are foods fortified with B12 and vitamin B12 supplements. Since it is mainly found in eggs, dairy products, and meat, vegans and vegetarians must take specific care to eat enough vitamin B-12 to avoid clinical deficiency.
Q. Is vegan meat highly processed?
A. The answer is yes. Vegan meat is highly processed. Most of the food we eat is processed. Processed foods require processes that we cannot replicate in our kitchen and therefore need to be industrially made.
While trying to make meat alternatives from plant products, they need to be processed to look and feel and taste like meat. But imitation meats or mock meats are a good source of folate, iron and fibre while containing less saturated fat than regular meat.