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In the quest for a more sustainable world, the vegan movement and its financial backers have largely focused on two innovative food technologies: plant-based meat substitutes and lab-cultivated meats. These approaches, revolutionary in their own right, aim to reduce our reliance on traditional animal agriculture, known for its hefty environmental footprint. However, a groundbreaking paper titled "Food without agriculture" published in Nature Sustainability introduces a third, potentially game-changing option. This novel approach, spearheaded by companies like Savor, leverages carbon sources...

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The Culinary World of Vegan Curries: A Spice-Laden Journey

Curry: A Tapestry of Flavors Beyond the Spice Mix Curry, often perceived as a simple mix of spices in Western markets, is a complex and diverse culinary concept with deep historical roots. Its jou...

Celebrating Christmas with Joy and Awareness: How to Make a Memorable Vegan Party

Being the only vegan at a family party is not always easy, but with planning and the tips in this article, you can turn the experience into an opportunity to showcase the deliciousness of vegan foo...

Lactose Liberation: Embracing the Vegan Wave with Plant-Based Milks – A Health Revolution in Your Glass

Welcome to the Future of Milk: A World Where Almonds, Oats, and Cashews Are the Stars of the Show! The revolution of plant-based milks is not just a trend; it's a movement that's reshaping our die...

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