Monday, January 05, 2009

Cast Iron Seitan in da house.

Locally made in Portland, Cast Iron Seitan can now be found at Food Fight! Vegan grocery store.  It is  priced at $5.65 for 12 ounces.
And according to the creators, it should be available next week - in bulk - at People's Coop as well.  






























If you're going to buy prepared seitan that's not in a can (because there's just such novelty there I won't deny you) - let it be this!  
I've so far tried it grilled over peanut noodles and cooked into chili.  I know I'm a member of the church of Post Punk Kitchen anyway, but I really am a fan.

Grilled with tofu over more peanut noodles.



18 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

That's a whole lotta seitan!! :-D

shelby said...

Eww, seitan in a can?! Bleh!

That cast iron seitan has got my mouthwatering though!

julie hasson said...

I love all the seitan love Jess!

Eric said...

I will try cast iron seitan
Its much better than from a can

I will not try seitan in a can
I will not eat it, Sam-I-am

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I couldn't help myself :)

But anyway, Cast Iron seitan is yet another reason I can't wait to be living near Portland.

jessica said...

Well, another reason to live in Portland instead of east coast Virginia :)

jessy said...

hooray for locally made seitan! w00t!

and your tofu looks awesome! (i puffy heart me some peanut noodles. mmmmmmmmm!)

DJ said...

That looks like some serious seitan!

Laura said...

the noodle dish looks awesome...i wish we could get the cast iron seitan here in the midwest! i guess missouri is just not a vegan mecca :)

Ruby Red Vegan said...

You just had to give me another reason to wish I was living in Portland!
Shame on you.

:)

IsaChandra said...

Aww Jess.

aredcardigan said...

jess jess jess...that looks insanely good!

DJ Karma (of Vegspinz) said...

I love making seitan, but sometimes you gotta take a break! Noodles look divine.

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

I can't wait to try it!! woowoo.

Lindsay I-F said...

Those peanut noodles look great!

B36Kitchen said...

Oh how I wish I could get that seitan in Jersey for the days I don't want to make my own.

Cafe Cyan said...

That looks fantastic! I'm jealous!

Lauren said...

can i leave yet another post about how awesome that seitan looks? yes, i can. it looks awesome!

also, i follow your blog and wanted to let you know that my sister and I started our own blog, chronicling our food and non-food adventures in Philadelphia. it's at http://veganroyale.blogspot.com/

we've linked to your blog under "food dudes" because we like you! hope that's ok.

kimmykokonut said...

yum yum yum