I look to the garden this May and see short bushy rows of green. Chard, lettuce, radish, spinach, mustard greens, kale. In another month, I will have the makings of many meals that feature vegetables. I suppose I've always liked my vegetables. Despite popular lore of children and adults alike feeling dissatisfied with vegetables, I believe the masses do lean toward vegetables playing at least some role, if not the only one, in their meals.
Whatever people's reasons for leaning in the direction for meat free meals, the simple fact remains: Product developers are under pressure to develop more vegetarian options. You, wizards of the lab, have met demand thus far and will continue to do so. We shall all benefit from your sweat and toil! Inspiration lies ahead!
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Formulating vegetarian products!
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Vegetarians at the Gates
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Veggie Diets and Health
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Good to Grow On
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