Fish of the Future: 3D-Printed Salmon & Jackfruit Fish Fillet

A misconception exists that seafood is the more sustainable option over red meat and four-legged animals. While fish and crustaceans are wild and do not release greenhouse gases like cattle and other livestock, many fishing methods cause habitat destruction and create plastic pollution. On top of this, due to extreme overfishing, many ocean-dwelling species are now threatened or endangered. When an ecosystem loses too many … Continue reading Fish of the Future: 3D-Printed Salmon & Jackfruit Fish Fillet

We Tried OffLimit’s Childhood Cereal for Adults

Every once in a while, I get the craving for a bowl of cold cereal at night. When I was a child, this is exactly what I would have for breakfast every morning. As a “responsible” adult, I’ve since swapped this for a smoothie or bowl of oats with fruit. Still, there is something so satisfying about crunchy cereal drowning in a sea of cold … Continue reading We Tried OffLimit’s Childhood Cereal for Adults

We Tried Meati’s Mycelium-Based Chicken Cutlet

May we be so bold to say that Meati’s chicken cutlet made from mycelium (the root-like structure of mushrooms) is the best vegan meat alternative we’ve ever tried? The chicken alternative is simply made from mycelium, salt, and less than 2 percent natural flavor and acacia gum. Don’t let the simple, and short list of ingredients fool you – this vegan cut tastes, smells, and … Continue reading We Tried Meati’s Mycelium-Based Chicken Cutlet

Meati Sells Out of Mycelium Alt-Chicken in 24 Hours

Meati, an alternative meat producer based in Boulder, Colorado, opened up shop for pre-orders of its mycelium-based, alternative crispy chicken and chicken cutlets this past Monday. Within the first hour of pre-orders, the food tech company sold 1,116 alternative cutlets. Within 24 hours, both products sold out. You might be wondering- what is all the rage about mycelium? This ingredient refers to the the mass … Continue reading Meati Sells Out of Mycelium Alt-Chicken in 24 Hours

Aqua Cultured Foods Announces First Product: Mycoprotein Calamari

Aqua Cultured Foods, a food-tech startup based in Chicago, unveiled its first product this week: vegan calamari fries made from a base of mycoprotein. This will be the company’s first commercially available product, which will officially launch sometime later this year. To create calamari from mycoprotein (protein derived from fungi), Aqua Cultured uses a technology called microbial fermentation, which means microorganisms are used to create … Continue reading Aqua Cultured Foods Announces First Product: Mycoprotein Calamari

We Tried Moodrink, BetterMoo(d)’s Herb-Infused Oatmilk

BetterMoo(d), a non-dairy product manufacturer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, unveiled a new oat milk beverage this week. The difference from other oat milk on the market? The plant-based dairy alternative is infused with a proprietary blend of herbs and botanicals. At Future Foodie, we were lucky enough to be one of the first to try samples of the product. BetterMoo(d) sent us two samples … Continue reading We Tried Moodrink, BetterMoo(d)’s Herb-Infused Oatmilk