Seitan has perhaps the most meat-like texture of any of the meat substitutes out there. It's dense texture will hold up to all manners of cooking that can be used for meat. From grilling to grinding to pan frying, and it has a chewy consistency, making it feel like meat when you put it in your mouth. The primary downside of it, however, is that it is jam-packed with gluten. Therefore it excludes those who are gluten-free.
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