How Will Clean Meat Impact the Vegan Movement?

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Between the current advances in plant-based meat alternatives and the innovations taking place in the “clean meat” industry, the food landscape as we know it could change dramatically over the next several years.

How will these changes impact our understanding of what meat is, and will that affect the vegan movement?

We sit down with Jackson Long and Aaron Stuber of Thought For Food Lifestyle and the TFF podcast to discuss.

Here’s what we talk about in this episode:

  • What is “clean meat”?
  • Plant-based food technology and how it’s blowing up.
  • The problem with “fake meat.”
  • Why veganism may one day become irrelevant.
  • Science! It’s important.

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  1. Awareness about what we eat and how it affects our health and quality of life is evolving so rapidly. It’s mind-blowing how people are finally waking up and connecting the dots. I was an early adopter and pioneer in the healing arts movement and championed an organic lifestyle, starting in the early 70’s. It’s amazing to see! Thank you!!

  2. I’m not even a vegan myself, but I love the idea of having a meat-free world. I just worry that “the powers that be” might not allow that to happen. I know that the meat industry is heavily subsidized, so it’s clear the gov’t isn’t interested in allowing them to fall by the wayside. Even if demand for meat fell dramatically, would they allow the meat industry to fail? I’m not so sure.

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