Meat substitutes like veggie burgers, tofu and seitan have been slowly gaining in popularity in recent years. Most shoppers who reach for such faux foods do so for health and wellness reasons. Some are strict vegetarians or vegans, avoiding meat altogether. Others are simply opting for leaner versions of the real deal — like shoppers who reach for ground turkey instead of beef, for instance. Because mock meats are seen as a better-for-you alternative, they can be found more readily at ...
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