Well, I actually haven't tried this yet, it's from a book called _How to Make All the Meat you eat out of Wheat_ by Nina and Michael Shandler. This was published back in 1980 and tells you how to get the gluten out of flour and then flavor it to be 'meat-like'. Nowadays you can just buy the gluten (seitan) at the health food store..(see this site for more info on that... http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/wheatmeat.htm
You could probably use firm tofu too. ??
I've done their 'veal' before, and it wasn't bad as long as it was IN something.. wouldn't work as a stand-alone piece of meat... anyway, here's their recipe for 'sausage'... it's not exactly PORK, they didn't have that, but this might be close to what he's looking for.
Good luck. :)
2 c raw gluten (seitan)
1 tb ground burdock root (optional)
3 c water
4 ts miso
1 1/2 ts garlic powder
1 1/2 ts powdered ginger
1 1/2 ts black pepper
1/2 ts sage
1/2 ts rosemary
1/2 ts thyme
1/2 ts tarragon
1/2 ts basil
1/2 ts dry mustard
2 TB nutritional yeast
1 c soy flour
1/3 c water mixed with 2 ts oil
Tear raw gluten into small teaspoon size pieces. Set aside.
combine water with burdock, if available, in saucepan. add gluten pieces. Bring to a gentle boil and allow to boil for 15 minutes. remove and drain on paper towels.
Mince gluten pieces in a meat grinder or processor to the consistency of coarsely ground steak. Set aside.
Mix spices in a bowl and add gluten. Mix until thoroughly combined. add yeast and soy flour. mix to a stiff dough that can be easily shaped and form.
Place water and oil mixture into frying pan and cover. Place on medium-high heat and bring to gentle boil. Place 'sausage' in pan, cover, and continue to cook in gently boiling water for 15 minutes. check periodically that water doesn't completely evaporate. Add 3 TB more water, if needed.
'sausage' can be served immediatly or fried in oil for a more sausage-like feel and appearance.
From here you should be able to use any pork pie recipe.