See what food labs are creating for meat-reducing flexitarian consumers

Food Exposed with Nelufar Hedayat is a timely look at the future of food for the globe. In this episode, she visits a lab working on meeting the demand of consumers joining the "veg rev," including the growing numbers of flexitarians (semi-vegetarians) who only eat meat occasionally.

One of the annoying parts of the vegetarian and vegan movements, especially on shithole platforms like Twitter, is that the most vocal adherents can get cult-like about policing language and behavior. To wit: the vegan bro who doxxed a vegan woman who had bought a (non-vegan) ice cream cone for a child.

The term "flexitarian" is great, because it gives everyone the wiggle room while acknowledging a mindful attempt at reducing animal products in their diets. There's currently a push among dieticians to consider going meatless one day a week, especially with kids, to acclimate them to the trend toward less meat consumption.

Via Fusion:

FUSION's new eight-part docu-series "Food Exposed with Nelufar Hedayat" will cover topics such as fish, dairy, water, GMOs, superfoods, palm oil, and pork. Hosted by award-winning journalist Nelufar Hedayat, the eye-opening series examines how our appetites shape our world, investigating the global food chain and the origins of our favorite ingredients. As she travels the world, Nelufar reveals the true cost of food to people, animals, and the planet.

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