The wheat and chaff of synthetic food, by Professor Keith Woodford

The wheat and chaff of synthetic food is an interesting article by Professor Keith Woodford from Lincoln University in NZ.

Work is being carried out by a number of research organisations looking at ways to mimic animal products using cheaper vegetable bases. However Professor Woodford believes that high quality animal products will be desired by consumers for a long time to come. As one of the commenters says, wheat converted into a chicken substitute has been available for a long time, however it has not become popular.

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    Rob of Ottimoseo December 5, 2017 at 6:57 am #

    Interesting article. I guess vegetarians are way ahead since they actually already substitute meat for vegetable equivalents.

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