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Tempeh Smoked Organic, 170g


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Tempeh Smoked Organic, 170g

Organic smoked Tempeh from Lima. Tempeh is an Indonesian speciality of which the nutritional benefits and typical fresh flavour of fermented soya have rapidly conquered the West.

Tempeh: all the benefits of fermented soya Smoked tempeh is rich in superior quality vegetable proteins (essential amino acids), isoflavones, lecithin, vitamins (B group), minerals (iron, calcium) and dietary fibre. Thanks to the fermentation process, the nutrients in the soya beans are pre-digested and therefore more easily absorbed by the body. Tempeh is light and easy to digest and contains neither gluten nor cholesterol. + To make smoked tempeh, plain tempeh is placed in a room connected to a stove where natural beech wood (certified by Ecocert) burns slowly, giving the tempeh its smoked flavour. The temperature of the tempeh does not exceed 65°C during this operation.

Directions Organic Smoked Tempeh:
Smoked tempeh is highly versatile. You can use it raw in your stir-fries, soups and salads. It can be crushed and used as a basic ingredient for vegetable pâtés, or you can slice and steam it or fry it, optionally having first marinated it in tamari or ume su. Tempeh made with coconut milk or soya cream has a very refined taste.

Ingredients

SOYA*, Water, Apple vinegar*, Rhizopus oligosporus, Seasalt,

*organically grown
Nutritional values per
Energy value 966 kJ / 231 kcal
Total Fat 13,4 g
Carbohydrates 2,5 g
Protein 21,7 g
Lima

Lima

Lima® brand has been promoting healthy food for every time of the day for over 55 years. All Lima® products are quality-guaranteed, vegetarian and 100% organic. In 1974 the strict standards set by Labo Lima® Expert provided the basis for quality control regarding organic food in Europe.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.