Future of the Environment

5 ways to go green in your own kitchen

Plant-based eating has evolved fast in the past few years, thanks in large part to innovation in food technology Image: Instagram/ greenmonday.david

David Yeung

Co-founder and CEO, Green Monday

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 Vietnamese beef pho using Gardein beefless strips
Vietnamese beef pho using Gardein beefless strips Image: Instagram/ greenmonday.david
 The Beyond Burger
The Beyond Burger Image: Instagram/ greenmonday.david
 Tan tan noodles with Omnipork
Tan tan noodles with Omnipork Image: Instagram/ greenmonday.david
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