Looked around for an answer -- found great recipes -- but would like some more input from others. :)
Of late I have come to rely on soy "meat" products when cooking. Not only are they expensive, but they start to taste a bit like cardboard after awhile (and most of them don't work as leftovers). Honestly, I've never tried seitan, as I'm a bit leary that it will be tough and even more like cardboard. ;)
No one in my family is allergic to soy products, so my desire to decrease soy is not based on that...but more of a choice.
What are some of your favorite products to use when you want to make something like, say, pasta with a soy meat sauce? Do you you seitan? If so, how does it taste?
On a side note, I made vegan "hamburger helper" last night and no one could tell the difference! :)