We tried more than 25 alternative proteins. These were the best (and worst)

We tried more than 25 alt-protein burger, sausage, chicken nugget and fish products. Here's a breakdown of the best and worst
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • October 24, 2021
There is an entire universe of alternative proteins that mimic beef, chicken, pork and fish. There’s even a hunk of mycelium (the fibers that make up nature’s fungal network) created to look, feel and taste like a chicken breast. What follows are...
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