Here's a classic that still satisfies today and can be added to your list of easy to make meals, a vegan version of Sloppy Joe's. Keep it simple, right? Serve with a salad and you're ready to go. If you don't have any buns you can toast regular bread. A pita pocket or English muffin would even do.
And if you're trying to cut down on bread, serve it open-faced and eat it with a fork. If you're not familiar with tempeh (pronounced tem-pay), it is a soybean "cake" that has been fermented which means it has probiotics much like live yogurt cultures do and it also has more protein (31 gram in one cup) and fiber than tofu.
Tempeh is available in different combinations from "regular" soy tempeh, being only soybeans, to tempeh with grains or flaxseeds added and also flavored tempeh such as smokey maple tempeh bacon which is great on a BLT. Oh, and if you see some black on your tempeh from the store, this is a normal occurrence from the fermentation process.
Anything other than black or white on your tempeh is inedible. Organic and non-GMO is available. Tempeh is great to use as a ground meat substitute in many dishes such as spaghetti, chicken salad sandwich, tacos.
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