Plant based designations give a lot of leeway in categorizing products based on ingredients. It can mean a product contains all plants or foundationally plant with some animal.
They had more than enough time to reverse their decisions, regarding the ban of your animal-free sites.
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RE: ANIMAL-FREE LAB CELL MEAT by Sharon Davies-Tight, the Animal-Free Chef If it comes from an animal it’s not animal-free. They (the people using the word to call their animal product animal-free) need to ditch that name before someone takes them to court over it. You still need to keep stables of animals to garnerContinue reading “It AIN’T ANIMAL-FREE if it came from the flesh and blood of animals or animal cells”
I want a chain of Animal-Free everything. An empire filled with regrown cultures as animal-free, reconstituted cultures which exclude the exploitation of animals under the guidance of the 5 Principles To A Better Life. Check your prejudice at the door of discrimination and everybody benefits equally in the process, if not the result. Awareness ofContinue reading “I Want An Empire Of Chains”
JUST EGG PANCAKE A pancake made out of just egg? Why not when it’s JUST EGG doing the bidding? Wow, what a product. Easy to prepare, serve and a delight to eat. It always comes out the same. No need to pan-fry (though you could), but why bother when you can just pop it inContinue reading “Just Egg Pancake”
The Animal-Free Manifesto written as an historical document by Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, The Animal-Free Chef
RE: Impossible Foods seeks EU and UK approval for its GMO “fake meat” bleeding ingredient TAFC ClipBoard: That’s the Brits for you, always trying to stall a process, any process, until they give the okay. Supremacy at its worst. The plant is okay and the beans derived from the plant, but not the root?
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non-alcoholic beer vs alcohol-free beer Who decided on non-alcoholic instead of alcohol-free? Who decided what to call it, how to reference it? Those who say general consensus or the street or one unidentified person and it just caught on, is usually the source. The Brits are known for altering culture by language, then giving eitherContinue reading “Alcohol-Free vs Non-Alcoholic”
Synthetic or cell cultured meat and dairy is NOT animal-free. It’s grown outside the body of the animal from cells collected from the animal. It’s Animal Cell Meat (ACM). It’s made out of cells of animals, not plant cells, not chemicals. It’s not synthetic. Polyester is synthetic fabric, silk is not. Silk comes from anContinue reading “It’s Animal Cell Meat (ACM).”
Brave new ‘animal-free’ world: When animal products are no longer made from animals, what do we call them? (And are they vegan?) By Elaine Watson 05-May-2021 – Last updated on 05-May-2021 at 17:26 GMT RELATED TAGS: animal-free dairy, vegan, Microbial fermentation, precision fermentation, Perfect Day, Change Foods Thanks to advances in synthetic biology, with theContinue reading “Brave new ‘animal-free’ world: When animal products are no longer made from animals, what do we call them? (And are they vegan?)”
TA-FC ClipBoard: I see Shoprite in America as having many problems, the biggest being living in the past, providing customers food items that are long outdated and passe to the point of wondering why they linger. Well, retail outlets like Shoprite are the reason, and unless they update their supermarket product lines to primarily plant-based,Continue reading “Shoprite: Africa’s biggest supermarket considers pulling out of Nigeria “
Upon choosing a healthier more compassionate diet, you will be challenged by those who have not yet taken that step, to defend your decision to not eat animals. They will argue that your animal-free diet contradicts your other animal using behaviors, thus making the issue of killing animals not worthy of consideration. They will pointContinue reading “The Contradiction Issue”
I WANT AN ANIMAL-FREE MALL That’s right. A mall. Animal-free. A big one. With lots of glitter and big lights. With every kind of shop. Grocery, bakery, deli, shoe store, pet supply shop, clothes, hair salon using only cruelty-free products, and on and on, restaurants too. Good ones. I have a vision. And it’s aContinue reading “I Want An Animal-Free Mall”
TAKE A STEP OUT OF THE UGLY PAST I’m going to keep using the words meat, meaty, to describe the main part and/or texture of the plant until such time that meat = plant. In other words, animals will not be considered meat nor food in the future. I will not, however, refer to aContinue reading “Take A Step Out Of The Ugly Past”
The word PRODUCT. There are many definitions and uses for the word ‘product’. Most manufacturers at this time are not going to put on their labels ‘contains no animals’. But that’s what I’m working toward. Right now the goal is ‘contains no animal products’. It’s straight forward in a language people understand.
When Steve brings home specialty chocolate bars, I rarely refuse at most half a bar. We both love ginger flavor in just about anything. The crystallized texture was there, and a little reminiscent of the crystals one feels on the mouth when eating grana padano cheese, but the ginger flavor was absolutely missing. That leadsContinue reading “CHOCOLOVE ginger crystallized in dark chocolate”
Hardly anyone knows what vegan is even today nearly 40 years later. They’ve become familiar with the word, but not the meaning. They don’t get why vegans won’t eat a vegetarian burger made with egg whites, or that fish and chicken are animals. And what’s wrong with cheese? That’s not an animal. Well, real vegansContinue reading “Labels + Current Diet Categories”
The current trend in labeling a manufactured food, that CONTAINS NO ANIMAL PRODUCTS (CNAP), is to label it PLANT-BASED rather than VEGAN, or ANIMAL-FREE. Some worry about the negativity associated with animal rights groups, so veer from the usage of the word vegan on their product even though it might be vegan.
I don’t like French food in France. I don’t like Russian food in Russia, I don’t like Hawaiian food in Hawaii. I don’t like Asian food in Hawaii. I don’t like Italian food in Italy. I don’t like German food in Germany. I don’t like Mexican food in Mexico. I don’t like English food inContinue reading “Foreign Foods In Foreign Lands”
ANIMAL-FREE VEGAN COMPANIES ARE STILL IN THEIR BIRTHING STAGE What this means is that for many companies to get up and running they need to use the factories that other companies use to manufacture their goods that do contain animal products. They basically rent out the facilities, thus the common labeling of possible and/or tracesContinue reading “WHAT CONSTITUTES ANIMAL-FREE TO ME”