Tempeh | The Plant-Based Guru

This article discusses the concept of seitan, a meat substitute that is commonly used in Buddhist cuisine. The main idea is to introduce seitan as a protein-rich food that is often used as a meat alternative in vegetarian and vegan diets. The article mentions that seitan is made from gluten, which gives it a meat-like texture and makes it a popular choice for Buddhist practitioners who follow a plant-based diet. The author also gives a brief overview of how to prepare seitan at home and provides a recipe for a simple seitan dish.