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Next Meats announced on September 4 that it has created a new retort beef bowl called ‘Next Gyudon 1.2,’ which will be available on September 28.
Next Gyudon 1.2 is a beef bowl ingredient made without any animal-based foodstuffs, and even more so with faux meat made without additives. According to the release, the mouthfeel and taste of it are so similar to that of a beef bowl that you wouldn't know it unless you were told.
It also says, "It's a great choice for athletes because it's rich in protein and low in fat. You can eat it late as a nighttime snack and not feel guilty about it," the introduction states.
To cook Next Gyudon 1.2, you can warm it up in hot water for 5 minutes while frozen and eat it directly over rice. It can also be heated in a pan directly after thawing naturally.
Faux meat is gaining more and more attention in terms of dietary and environmental issues. In recent years, fast-food restaurants in the U.S. have been competing to develop products that use faux meat. Next Meats has also developed the Next Yakiniku Series, faux meat for barbecued meat. We're also interested in the perfection of this beef bowl.
Related Article (Japanese): Yakiniku-style Fake Meat, Next Yakiniku Series, available at Yahoo! Shopping
Related Link: Next Meats
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