Soy-Mushroom-Walnut Mince

This recipe comes very close to the taste and texture of cooked ground meat. I use it as a base to make a number of vegan conversions of familiar recipes, like my Italian-style ragu sauce, meat(less) balls, fillings for various pies, chili, and my Moroccan-style pastel.

Textured soy protein goes by a couple of different names, such as textured vegetable protein(TVP), soybean meat, soy curls or mince. It is usually available in flakes or chunks (both small and large). Use a small chunk variation to make the mince. Other variations of textured vegetable protein can be used as a

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