F.A.Q.

2 Feb

What is “Magic” about this chili?

We call it “Magic Chili” for several reasons:

1) It is magically delicious. Everyone loves it.

2) The unique spicing will help detox the body.

3) No Meat.  Still satisfying to meat lovers.

4) Very versatile.  Can be enjoyed in several ways…on a burger, pizza, pasta, perogies, eggs, corn chips, salad…etc

Can you really lose weight while eating your Magic Chili?

Absolutely!  My friend Keith actually lost over 90lbs in a year while eating this chili twice a day and exercising regularly.

Why don’t you use meat in your Magic Chili?

I wanted to prove to my friends and family that there was a delicious alternative to meat.

What tastes like meat in your chili?

TVP

What is TVP?

Textured or texturized vegetable protein (TVP), also known as textured soy protein (TSP), soy meat, or soya meat is a meat analogue or nutritious meat extender made from defatted soy flour, a by-product of extracting soybean oil. It is quick to cook, with a protein content equal to that of the meat it is replacing, and contains no fat – wikipedia

What is “Flavor Stacking”?

Flavor Stacking is my secret spicing technique I came up with.  It is why the “Magic Chili” is magically delicious.

If I told ya, i would have to kill ya.

Ordering & Contact info:

magicveggiechili@gmail.com


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Proprietary List of Ingredients:

2 Feb

(contains some or all of the below ingredients)

beets

bell peppers

black beans

butter beans

cayenne pepper

chili peppers

chili powder

corn

cumin

fava beans

garlic

garbanzo beans

green beans

jalapeño peppers

kidney beans

lentil beans

lima beans

pickles

pigeon peas

red & white onions

red wine

salt

scotch bonnet peppers

shallots

sweet potatoes

TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein)

Join Us At The Table Interview

2 Feb

Christopher Hughes’ magic veggie chili is awesome — and not just for folks who don’t eat meat. He’ll tell us how he did it – “a touch of culinary quirk,’’ he says…

join us at the table interview 01/30/10