NEXT Gyudon (Plant-based Beef Bowl)

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The world's first plant-based Gyudon from Tokyo, made largely from non-GMO soy proteins, NEXT meats contain double the amount of protein and half the fats than that of regular meat. Just heat the pack and pour it on top of rice or noodles!

店長さん's Note: Here's what we think: Don't ask a vegan for alt-meat recommendations. (Don't @ us) We're no pros, but just like anybody else, we want something that's tasty and didn't feel too foreign. The texture had to be right! This was our favourite as it was super convenient and tasty. All we had to do was to boil the pack in water and empty it on rice! The 'beef strips' were marinated perfectly and it even came with onions. The texture and taste are as complete as those of regular beef bowls. We did a blind tasting with people who'd never consider them (alt-meats) and they didn't flinch nor ask about the 'meats' until we revealed it at the end of the meal! They tasted really good without any additional seasoning, so they were just right if you wanted to pair them with your favourite sauces

Since it is made without using any animal ingredients and without additives, it is a beef bowl that is kind to both the global environment and the body.

Cholesterol is almost zero, and you won't feel guilty if you eat it late as a midnight snack.

  • 120G per pack
  • Does not come with rice or pickles
  • Frozen for freshness. Once thawed, please do not refreeze. 
  • Product of Japan
  • No alcohol, gelatin, or any by-products of any animal. 
  • Vegan-friendly. No animal ingredient or by-products used. No palm oil or white sugar using beef bone charcoal is used. 
  • How To Prepare: 
    1. Water Bath (easy)
    You can warm it in a water bath for about 5 minutes in a frozen state, then empty contents on rice or noodles. You're done!
    OR 2. Heating up in a Pan (more delicious)
    After thawing naturally, empty contents in a pan and let it cook for about 5 minutes.

Hailing from Tokyo, Next Meats is a food-tech venture company that specialises in the research and development of Japanese-style alternative meat products. Its journey of product development began in 2017, and the company was officially established in 2020. Its portfolio of products includes plant-based burger patties, gyudon and yakiniku meats.

Ingredients: Processed soybeans (defatted soybeans, salt) (domestic production, not genetically modified), seasonings (soy sauce, sugar, fermented rice seasonings, yeast extract, kelp extract, salt, brewed vinegar, shiitake mushroom extract, ginger powder) , Onions, edible rapeseed oil / coloring (caramel color I ), (some include soybeans and wheat)

Nutrition facts label (100g / estimated value ): Calorie 196kcal, protein 4.9g, fat 15.7g, carbohydrate 8.6g, salt equivalent 1.4g

* No animal ingredients are used. We do not use palm oil or white sugar made from beef bone charcoal, and we do not handle animal raw materials on the factory production line. Vie for those who Gan is a product that corresponds.