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WHAT IT IS:
The Moving Mountains® Plant-Based Beef Tender Strips are a delicious and succulent addition to your go-to dishes. Beef up a stir fry or throw into a warming stew for added protein and a rich depth of flavour.
WHAT MAKES IT SPECIAL:
• Generates less greenhouse gas emissions and requires less resources to make than animal meat.
• Selling in the frozen section helps reduce food wastage
• 100% recyclable packaging
• Packed with plant protein, natural ingredients and zero cholesterol
• High in protein
WHAT ELSE YOU NEED TO KNOW:
• 100% free of hormones, antibiotics & GMO ingredients
• Certified vegan by The Vegan Society
Water, vegetable protein (Soya protein isolate, pea protein isolate, potato protein), Wheat gluten, sunflower oil, Wheat starch, natural flavouring, Barley malt extract, salt, iron, vitamin (B12).
For allergens see ingredients in Bold. Made in a factory where Peanuts & Nuts are present.
How to Cook
1. Cook from frozen.
2. Add oil to a frying pan.
3. Fry on medium heat for ~5 minutes.
4. Fry on both sides, flipping regularly until piping hot throughout.
5. Make sure the Tender Strips are cooked thoroughly before eating.
All appliances vary, cooking instructions are provided as a guideline only. Ensure food is piping hot and cooked thoroughly prior to serving. Cook from frozen. If thawed or cooked, do not refreeze and consume within 48 hours. Do not reheat.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER 100G:
Energy kJ 875
Energy kcal 209
of which saturates 1.0g
of which sugars 0.3g
What is the plant protein used?
The Moving Mountains® Beef Tender Strips contains a specially formulated blend of soy, pea and potato proteins. This combination provides the incredibly meaty texture that has been developed by the very clever team that we work with.
How is it healthy for me?
We only use the best natural ingredients, you won’t find any nasties here.
Are there any other benefits?
Yes, the Moving Mountains® Beef Tender Strips are high in protein, with a whopping 27g of plant protein per 100g. Who said that you can’t get enough protein from plants?
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