Try these protein alternatives if you're eating less meat

Meat mimics use plants, cultured cells and fungi to create products that taste like beef, chicken, pork and fish.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 13, 2022
If you’re wondering how you might upgrade your diet in 2022, know that an army of entrepreneurs hope they have your answer: alternative proteins. They’re using plants, cultured cells and fungi to create meat mimics that taste like beef, chicken,...
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