How does this selection of Chinese vegetarian dishes at Miss Lee in Central, Hong Kong, compare to the ‘real’ thing? Photo: Miss LeeHow does this selection of Chinese vegetarian dishes at Miss Lee in Central, Hong Kong, compare to the ‘real’ thing? Photo: Miss Lee
How does this selection of Chinese vegetarian dishes at Miss Lee in Central, Hong Kong, compare to the ‘real’ thing? Photo: Miss Lee

Beyond Impossible and OmniPork, cultured meat products work for environmentalists – but vegans and animal rights vegetarians can’t be converted

Environmental vegetarianism is a growing concern for many conscious eaters turning to plant-based meat substitutes – but while the emerging cellular cultured meat sector may evolve to offer similar environmental benefits, true vegans and animal rights activists won’t take the stem cell-based bait

Topic |   Veganism
How does this selection of Chinese vegetarian dishes at Miss Lee in Central, Hong Kong, compare to the ‘real’ thing? Photo: Miss LeeHow does this selection of Chinese vegetarian dishes at Miss Lee in Central, Hong Kong, compare to the ‘real’ thing? Photo: Miss Lee
How does this selection of Chinese vegetarian dishes at Miss Lee in Central, Hong Kong, compare to the ‘real’ thing? Photo: Miss Lee
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