The great vegan diet ‘con’
U.S. · MEDIA · ENTERTAINMENT
June 15, 202218 min read3611 words
Published: June 15, 2022  |  18 min read3611 words
Canola oil, yeast, acidity regulator, methyl­cellulose, corn oil thickener, starch, gelling agent. “Hmm, I don’t like agents in my food,” says Jayne Buxton. We’re in the refrigerator aisle of a well-known, high-end health-food supermarket in Richmond, London, reading the backs of...
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Jayne Rees Buxton's open salvo against the Goliath of trendy food misinformation reads like a love letter to the beef industry, but it is full of facts and figures few of us can argue with. Vegan diets are in the crosshairs, along with the companies that pander to them with fake egg and meat replacements full of chemicals. If you'd like to read more, Buxton provides the entire 72 pages of citations on her website https://thegreatplantbasedcon.com.
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