Kimchi Club is a unique plant-based Korean food brand created by Adelaide-based female founder Minka Park.The business creates its products with great care, making by hand in small batches using premium organic produce and traditional Korean wild fermentation techniques.The recipes are authentic and adapted for Australian palettes – clean flavours including non-spicy varieties that are suitable for children.These premium products are probiotic and prebiotic rich, vegan, gluten free and keto friendly, made with all natural ingredients, no added sugar and no artificial flavours.Kimchi Club is 100% South Australian made and owned.https://kimchiclub.com.au/about/
An Israeli company has made the question redundant by achieving something remarkable. 'SuperMeat' has grown chicken in a laboratory, and they now plan to expand the process to a 'commercial scale'. SuperMeat is holding test meals for customers in a small restaurant in the Israeli town of Ness Ziona. The restaurant is aptly called the 'Chicken'. Diners here can devour the laboratory-grown chicken, produced without using genetic engineering or antibiotics. The process involves cultivating cells taken from a fertilised chicken egg. Cell cultures are fed a plant-based liquid including proteins, fats, sugars, minerals and vitamins.