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June 12, 2019Reviewer: Terri in California* I have been having this for breakfast cooked with unsweetened vanilla almond milk as a “faux” oatmeal. I like it. It’s good and filling, keeping me full for hours, no blood sugar impact, but I still need to work on my execution. I am making it in a coffee cup: 1/4 C TVP & 1 C milk, stevia & cinnamon... and it frequently boils over messily in the microwave.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulDecember 03, 2008Reviewer: David in Colorado* Great as a breakfast cereal with skim milk, splenda, and a little cinnamon.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulMay 29, 2007Reviewer: Jennifer in Missouri* This is a great rice replacement. It soaks up the taste of whatever you serve it with. I use it in a lot of oriental dishes.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpfulFebruary 22, 2007Reviewer: Christine in Florida* Bob's Red Mill textured vegetable protein, once rehydrated, provides a great substitute for rice, based on its chewy texture and appropriate size (I've bought other brands but the pieces are much larger and less rice-like). I've added it to soups (with spices when rehydrating) and made faux rice pudding (plenty of cinnamon & nutmeg). Next, I'm going to try making stuffed peppers!