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10 Delicious Meat-Free Asian Dinner Recipes

5 Mins Read No one can deny that consuming less meat, especially the intensive farming kind, is a positive habit. If we were to skip eating meat just one day a week, not only is it healthier for you, it’ll help out the planet a whole lot. While you’re out smashing deadlines and meeting quotas, we’ve found delicious and healthy […]

A Guide To Every Kind Of Tofu By A Cantonese Doufu Lover

6 Mins Read Tofu has been making headlines recently in the Western world as plant-based eating goes mainstream, but the vegan-friendly protein has long been a staple in cuisines across Asia for centuries and despite questionable recent headlines, there’s nothing to “discover” here. It’s a well-loved food, also known as beancurd, is one that almost every Asian family, […]

Tofu Giant Nasoya Brings Vegan Meals to US Colleges and Fast Casual Chains 

3 Mins Read Nasoya, the leading tofu brand in the US, is now making its foray into foodservice. For the first time, the brand will begin serving up vegan meals featuring its line of tofu and its Plantspired plant-based protein at college campuses and fast-casual eateries across the country.  Nasoya is now getting into foodservice for the first […]

Better Nature: Foodtech Startup On A Mission To Make Indonesian Tempeh Mainstream

3 Mins Read Foodtech startup Better Nature is on a mission to revolutionise tempeh, the high-protein traditional Indonesian fermented soybean product which is a staple of the country’s daily diet. The company’s founding team, which includes a Hong Konger and an Indonesian, are passionate about providing tempeh products to the world in the hopes of making the global […]

Soya- Superfood or Serious Syndrome? Part 1

3 Mins Read The Great Debate   First came the war on dairy. Then came the universal acceptance as soya milk as the smart dairy alternative. Everyone hailed the Asian pod as a wonder bean, full of amazing health benefits. How could Western consumers assimilate soya in their daily lives? From soya sauce to edamame (young green soya […]