A burger made of Tempeh, is nothing bur a protein powerhouse, full of great Taste and Texture.
It is known to reduce cholesterol, increase bone density, reduce menopausal symptoms and promote muscle recovery. In addition to these amazing benefits, contains high levels of vitamins B5, B6, B3 and B2, and a small amount of vit. B12.
How is it made
Soy Tempeh is mixed with fresh vegetables, extra virgin olive oil, cooked brown rice and freshly ground spices, to form this delicious burger to help you forget about meat-based ones
All ingredients are carefully selected from certified Organic Producers.
Tempeh is a high-protein, low in fat and cholesterol food, perfect for vegetarians, vegans, or anyone looking for a low-fat and heart-healthy source of protein. The use of whole soybeans gives it more dietary fibers, proteins, and vitamins than tofu.
The fermentation process itself creates such conditions that provide:
- Ready to use protein
converts the proteins into amino acids, making it more easy for the system to assimilate its protein content. Protein content: 19gr/100gr serving = 38% of daily protein needs!
- Nutrient wealth
minimizes oligosaccharides and phytic acid in soy, making the Tempeh easily digestible. Its high digestibility makes available many nutrients, which otherwise would not be assimilated.
- calcium and copper, increase bone density and healing
- iron, helps increasing red blood cells
- manganese is an assisting nutrient for many processes, such as bone mass formation, antidiabetic, hormonal balancer.
- niacin (vit B3), lowers risk of cholesterol and cardiovascular diseases
- Alleviate menopausal symptoms
Since Soy tempeh is rich in isoflavones, which also benefit cardiovascular health.
- Rich in probiotics
produces beneficial probiotics, that protect the intestines against pathogenic agents like salmonella and E coli. As promoters of digestive function, probiotics contribute to better immune function, mineral, and vitamin absorption, heal leaky gut syndrome, prevent cancer and inflammatory diseases, fight diarrhea, candida and indigestion.
- Energy storehouse
Rich in vit B complex (B2, B3, B5, B6, little B12) which promote good nervous function, aids digestion, energy provision, immune function, blood formation.
How to use/Recipes
You can cook your Tempeh Burger in so many ways, depending on your desired outcome.
Pan-fry it for a richer -in fat- taste.
Bake it for a crispier, drier outcome.
Simmer it, in gravy for a hearty dish.
Dehydrate it, in a dehydrator for a more raw experience
Use your favourite sauce to dress it in a Burger Combo, along with some cucumber pickle, onion, lettuce, and tomato.