While we have seen lots of progress in the development of plant-based meat, we don’t hear as much about alternatives to seafood.
“Yet the environmental stakes are just as high when it comes to seafood. While our love for red meat is devastating the planet and exacerbating climate change, overfishing and destructive techniques like trawling have destabilized ocean ecosystems. Over 90 percent of wild fisheries are considered overfished or at maximum capacity. Shrimp is by far the most popular seafood in the U.S., and mangrove forests, which absorb carbon dioxide and help protect coastlines, are being cleared to make way for massive shrimp farms.”
Fortunately, there are a growing number of new alt-seafood products on the marketplace.
Now the question is, how do they taste?
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