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#1 Old 05-10-2017, 04:13 PM
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"Soy protein concentrate"

Is this the same as soy protein isolate? Or something else?
I always get the proteins mixed up (coz I generally opt for whole foods but lately less so). TVP, SPI etc....
TVP is different again so...erm... yeah.

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#2 Old 05-11-2017, 01:58 AM
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As far as I can see the main difference between The isolate and the concentrate is the protein content and texture.

Isolate has around 90% protein.
Concentrate has about 70 % protein

Both have has the fat and carbohydrates removed.

Soy flour has about 50% protein.

TSP and TVP are made from are made from de-fatted soy flour (I think ?)

TVP has the (approx) same amount of protein as meat.

Best I can do - don't know if it helps. We use TVP as a meat substitute and soy "milk" powder to make vegan bread.

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