Wheat gluten

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Wheat gluten is, well, made from primarily the gluten of wheat.

It is made by processing the gummy-esque mass that remains when you wash the starch out of flour dough.

It can be quite tough, so can be seen as an alternative to soy-based products to fill the bulk of a meal.