Organic Seitan, Original

12 oz box

Retail Price: $4.99


Our Price: $3.45 (Save 31%)

12 oz box

Why You’ll Love It

Made from a blend of wheat protein, red beans, and sprouted lentils, Pacific Foods' Seitan is a tasty meat substitute for favorite dishes like tacos, fajitas, and stir-fry. The best part? It gives meat a run for its money, boasting 15 grams of plant-based protein per serving!
SKU: 052603094610

About This Brand

Fresh farm thinking, Pacific Foods believes in foods that are clean and simple, using only natural and organic grains, meats, and veggies. Knowing where our food comes from is important to us. The way plants are grown and how animals are treated affects the quality of the ingredients we use. By sourcing all our ingredients from farms we respect, we know we’re getting the best quality possible. Making food taste good is only half the equation. We’re here to make food we feel good about bringing into the world.
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Ingredients

"Water, Vital Wheat Gluten*, Red Beans*, Sprouted Lentils*, Brown Sugar*, Sea Salt, Spices*, Garlic*. *Organic"


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Reviews For Organic Seitan, Original

Based on 12 Reviews

Perfect Protein

This is the best tasting seitan I've ever tried. It provides enough protein and it goes with any dish!

- Amy

Love!

Delicious!

- jonna

Organic seitan

I thought this was awful tasting and the texture was very off-putting.

- Theda

Grainiest Seitan I've ever had.

I usually love seitan, but this stuff was grainy, mushy, and even cooking on high heat with oil, it was impossible to make it crispy. It had no body and tasted like dog food to me. Thrive has much better protein alternatives than this product, I was quite disappointed. :(

- Ellen

Not Bad!

This is first time I tried Seitan and it wasn't bad. Taste needs getting used to (need to season to your taste and use), but is a great meat substitute without soy. Will probably buy again.

- Dorene

Delicious!

I had never had this before and I love it! Of course, it needs a little seasoning, but it's great. You can marinate it too. I put it in stir fry, I cubed it in a vegetable bake, and I also sliced and grilled it on a burger. Get creative!

- Cassandra

Best meat alternative EVER!!

I've made vegan gyros with this, steakums (vegan) and just great fried up with onions and mushrooms and garlic etc.... Just a fantastic food!!

- JoAnn

Gourmet

Disappointing...odd flavor...fell apart when used in a stew. I would not lurchase again.

- Audrianne

Great meat substitute

I haven't eaten meat in quite a long time but this product really has that meaty mouth feel to it and it seasons very well,making cooking with it so much fun.......please don't run out of this

- Lord davis

It is good!

Well worth the price and nice to have on hand when one needs a little sandwich or a nice addition to other concoctions!

- Carmella

A++

Tastes really good, goes well in anything and makes it look like there's meat in it.

- Samantha

WONDERFUL!

Barbequed this last night, excellent. Will order this 'til the cows come home. (I guess that would be, "so the cows CAN come home!)

- Becky

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