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Soy medallions 500 g
Soy medallions 500 g
Soy medallions 500 g
Soy medallions 500 g
Soy medallions 500 g
Soy medallions 500 g

Soy medallions 500 g

£4.00
£8.00 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • No GMO
  • Vegan
  • Plant-based meat substitute
  • Versatile

Quality:

Organic soy granules  1 kg

Granules

£10.00
each kg
Organic soy chunks  1 kg

Chunks

£8.00
each kg
Organic rolled Socas  1 kg

Medallions

£27.00
each kg
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BBD: 27.02.2022

Everything at a glance Soy medallions 500 g

Next to our evergreen organic soy granules, you can now find these brand new soy medallions! Larger in size than the granules, these versatile and delicious medallions taste and smell just like their smaller siblings. Soy meat is perfect for cooking vegan nuggets or steaks, is wonderfully suited to be marinated, and can even be minced and used for vegan gyros or Bolognese. The possibilities are endless – let your creativity run loose!

Our KoRo tip: simmer your soy medallions in vegetable broth for a while, drain them thoroughly, and add your favourite herbs, before grilling or frying them. Enjoy!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 1465 / 345
Fat 0,1 g
   of which Saturates
Carbohydrate 35 g
   of which Sugars 0,5 g
Fibre 1,8 g
Protein 50 g
Salt 0,2 g

Order number SOJA_004
Origin Serbia
Content 0.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654786101
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients 100% soy beans
Cross-contamination Contains SOY. May contain traces of GLUTEN, TREE NUTS and SESAME.
Sales name Textured soy protein, chopped
Press & retailer White background image

Varieties and origins

The demand for soy has been steadily growing over the past 30 years. In 2017, the world harvest of soy was 352 million tons. The ten largest producers, led by the USA, together produced 97% of the total world harvest.

The KoRo price chart Soy medallions 500 g

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10.08.2020
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0,80€ / 100g
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nan€ / 100g
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Soy medallions 500 g - a look behind the scenes

Soy belongs to the legume family and is considered the world's most important oilseed. Our soy meat substitute is made from the soy beans.

Cultivation

Soy belongs to the legume family and is considered the world's most important oilseed. Our soy meat substitute is made from the soy beans.

Soy meat is nothing less than textured soy. This means that the beans are ground, heated, and then pressed into the desired shape, like that of our soy...

Soy-based meat replacement

Soy meat is nothing less than textured soy. This means that the beans are ground, heated, and then pressed into the desired shape, like that of our soy medallions. It is also a by-product of soybean oil production.

Soy can be harvested as soon as the leaves fall off and the bean can be heard when the pod is shaken. Usually this happens between the beginning of September...

Harvest

Soy can be harvested as soon as the leaves fall off and the bean can be heard when the pod is shaken. Usually this happens between the beginning of September and the beginning of October. The soy meat will be ready soon after!

Soy consumption has increased a lot in recent years. The USA is at the top of the list of producers, followed by Brazil and Argentina. 75% of the cultivated...

Where is soy produced?

Soy consumption has increased a lot in recent years. The USA is at the top of the list of producers, followed by Brazil and Argentina. 75% of the cultivated soy is used as cattle food, although direct consumption would be much more sensible and resource-saving.

Questions about questions Soy medallions 500 g

Where does soy come from?

Our soy beans are grown and processed in Serbia.

How are these medallions produced?

First of all, our soybeans are ground; the resulting coarse flour is then heated up and then pressed into the desired form. Basically every soy-based vegan meat is produced this way.

How many calories do these soy medallion have?

100 g of our dry medallions have 345 calories.

How can I prepare these medallions?

Soy meat is super versatile. One of our favourite methods is to marinate our soy medallions before cooking them on the grill! But they are also delicious if prepared in the oven with herbs, or fried as nuggets.

Are these soy medallions vegan?

Yes, our soy medallions are made of 100% soybeans, contain no animal product, and are therefore vegan.

How should I store my soy medallions?

Just like any other dry soy-based meat replacement, our soy medallions should be stored in a cool and dry place, and once opened, in an airtight container.

How long do these soy medallions keep?

If stored correctly, our soy medallions can keep for about 18 months.

Does soy-based meat contain gluten?

No, our soy medallions are naturally gluten-free.

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2 Jan 2021
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Also so suitable for snacking wonderful, tastes

Also so wonderfully suitable for snacking, tastes great!

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