Future of Cheese: Taste Testing Vegan BabyBel

We’ve come a long way with vegan cheese – remember when all we had was orange bricks of Follow Your Heart and bags of shredded Daiya? It’s 2022, and now, the Bel Group, a French cheese manufacturer has released a plant-based version of its iconic Babybel mini cheese wheels. We found a bag at Whole Foods and gave it a try – check it out … Continue reading Future of Cheese: Taste Testing Vegan BabyBel

FYI: Alcohol-Free Wine, it’s a Thing

There are a myriad of reasons why one might not be drinking – health reasons, religion, culture, addiction, pregnancy, or simply, not liking the taste or feeling of alcohol. If you haven’t noticed, alcohol is omnipresent in so many social situations. So much so, that when you say no to alcohol, you receive weird looks or comments. It can feel awkward to not be holding … Continue reading FYI: Alcohol-Free Wine, it’s a Thing

Future of Coffee: Instant Cold Brew from Saturnbird

When it starts inching towards 80 degrees, reaching for hot coffee is an abomination. It’s mid-summer, and officially the season for cold brew and iced lattes. At Future Foodie, we think we may have found our favorite new product and drink of the summer: instant cold brew coffee from Saturnbird. SaturnBird is a coffee roaster based in Shanghai that began selling specialty coffee products (like … Continue reading Future of Coffee: Instant Cold Brew from Saturnbird

Sampling Voyage Foods’ Nut-Free Spread Made from Legumes and Grains

At Future Foodie, our favorite thing is trying innovative, novel products that use alternative ingredients with the planet (and our health) in mind. One company doing exactly this is called Voyage Foods, and this week we tried their nut-free spread. The company’s mission is to “future proof your favorite foods”, including coffee, cacao, and peanut butter. So what exactly is peanut-free spread? Here is what … Continue reading Sampling Voyage Foods’ Nut-Free Spread Made from Legumes and Grains

We Tried Bacon Made From Mycelium (and You Should Too)

Vegan bacon sucks. Until now. We are entering the plant-based 2.0 phase where meat alternatives are becoming more realistic, more nutritious, and tastier than the first products that rolled into the market. MyForest Foods is one of the companies making much better meat alternatives. Using mycelium, the root-like structure of mycelium, MyForest Foods produces a plant-based bacon product made with six simple ingredients (mycelium, beet … Continue reading We Tried Bacon Made From Mycelium (and You Should Too)

I Tried A Celebrity’s “Hot Girl Chocolates” – And I’m Obssesed

When a PR firm asks if you want to try chocolates that boost energy, concentration, and metabolism, you say yes. I had the opportunity to try Energy Bites from Sourse, a new functional chocolate brand co-founded by actress Sarah Hyland (best known for her role in Modern Family), and I couldn’t stop eating them. I’m picky about both the chocolate and caffeine I consume; I … Continue reading I Tried A Celebrity’s “Hot Girl Chocolates” – And I’m Obssesed

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