A lot of things happened in 2020, right? One thing for me was committing to a healthier diet. Since I still struggle with keeping my cholesterol where it should be, I have mostly given up eating meat. Here is one thing I’ve found lately that is healthier than many of the other plant-based meat alternatives: Butler Soy Curls. Now, because both Jennifer and Celia asked me about them on a post two days ago, I decided to share about Butler Soy Curls in its very own slice of life. It’s March 27, after all; ideas are slowing, so why not?
Some good news: They are made with whole GMO soybeans, grown and produced in the U.S., 11 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber per serving, no trans fat, no additives or preservatives. You can buy it from Butler Foods for what I’ve found to be the best price.
The pictures below show some of the things I tried with soil curls:
Yesterday I made Creamy Vegan “Chick’n Satay from Lauren Hartmann at Rabbit and Wolves, one of my favorite vegan cooks. (I altered this recipe in two ways. I added peppers and mushrooms, which weren’t in the original recipe. I also used almond milk instead of coconut cream, which I often do to make recipes lower fat.)
Here are additional recipes at Butler Foods.
I am participating in the March Slice of Life Challenge: A slice a day for all of March. Thank you, Two Writing Teachers!