Thursday, August 27, 2009

Protose & Nuttolene

Protose is a meat subsitute invented by Kellogg in the early 1900's. It comes in a can and is a type of nutmeat made from grain and peanuts. It was discontinued from production fairly recently around 2000.

Ingrediant list from the can:
ingredients are wheat gluten,water,peanuts,soy oil,contains 2% or less of soy sauce(water,salt,hydrolyzed soy protein,corn syrup,caramel color) yeast extract,salt,hydrolyzed soyand wheat protein, vitamins and minerals (niacinamide,iron(ferrous sulfate)vitamin B1(thiamine mononitrate)vitamin B6(pyridoxine hydrochloride)vitamin B2(riboflavin)vitamin B12(cyanocobalamin).

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Cookbooks with recipes:

Title Vegetarian Cook Book: Substitutes for Flesh Foods Author E. G. Fulton
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Company Year 1904 Copyright

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