OJAI, Calif. -- What looks like meat, tastes like meat and even chews like meat? According to Michael Meek, chief executive officer of Gorilla Foods here, it's wheat gluten -- combined with a few other all-vegetable ingredients. The company has a line of new, all-vegetable meat analogues that successfully mimic the eating experience of chicken, turkey, beef and even hot dogs. "No one else has developed a vegetable product with striations like real meat," Meek said. "This is a unique, ...
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