I had a delightful time last night going through old threads. I was searching for turkey burger recipes, and of course there were many that sounded wonderful, but as a result I also found a number of threads and great sounding recipes using ground turkey or chicken. I saved many recipes, and one that looked especially wonderful didn't use ground anything was the Chicken Chili with Tequila and Lime, which I printed out to make soon.
Here's my question. In this quest, there were many mentions of soy crumbles. Can you guys that love this stuff elaborate? How do you use it? What brands do you like? Are there tricks to using it, such as marinating? Does it have to be refrigerated? Do you have favorite recipes you like to use it in? I'm blessed with a DH that loves to try anything new, especially if it's healthy. He loves tofu, tempeh, seitan, etc. We're not vegetarians, we just enjoy the meat alternatives, which is great since we live on a boat and don't always have meat.
In one of the threads where soy crumbles were frequently mentioned, others on the thread also wanted to know more, but I guess it got pushed down too quickly that day so no one posted anything further. So there will be others that will be interested in this info. So please share . Thanks!