… It’s a land where man and pig walk side by side as friends. A land where cows can stay intact for an entire lifetime. A land where chickens are free to cross the road in safety as they please. I have seen the future today, because today, I ate a real burger made of 100% meat substitute… And it tasted nice.
Gone are the days where vegetarian meat products consisted entirely of tofu. No, now they use mycoproteins, which are basically proteins taken from fungus, meaning they’re completely meat free, but somehow they still taste like beef. Genius.
So what happened to the days when meat eaters and vegetarians were effectively parts of different societies? It looks like with the advent of new age vegetarianism (I think it’s appropriate to call it that) there is no real divide between the two. Although I still don’t understand vegetarianism. How come most vegans have something against eating chickens and cows, but are perfectly fine with eating fish? What’s up with that?
This new age mycoprotein vegetarian meat is so good in fact, that my theory is this: I think they just use real meat and pretend it’s something else, so they make themselves look good. This would fit in with the whole “fish don’t count” scenario. That must be it. There’s simply no other explanation.