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Old Wed, Feb-26-20, 15:09
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Default Mark Bittman on plant-based "meat" .. food of the future, or just another junk food?

Hint ... he's not eating it

Today's podcast interview with CBC's The Current .. .. runtime 23:45

I don't agree with Bittman's well-known position that we should be eating mostly plants and some meat "but not too much". However, I do agree that the meat we eat should be responsibly raised and that our diets overall should be minimally processed, whether plant- or animal-based. These "impossible" meat analogs and their ilk are little more than highly processed junk

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Originally Posted by doreen T
These "impossible" meat analogs and their ilk are little more than highly processed junk


And a nod to the fact that plants don't provide the satisfying and satiating taste of meat, so they manufacture a plant concoction to emulate the qualities of meat in a meatless package. Processed is processed, particularly the stuff that doesn't contain animal products.
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