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Veggie satay: Singapore lab cooks up Asian favourites, minus the meat


From faux-chicken satay to imitation beef rendang, a high-tech Singapore laboratory is replicating popular Asian dishes with plant-based meat alternatives to feed the region's growing appetite for sustainable food.

Added on the 07/05/2021 04:44:55 - Copyright : AFP EN

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