OmniMeat is designed to be an all-purpose plant-based pork analogue that is nutritional superior and environmentally friendly. OmniMeat Strip is created mainly out of soy, wheat, beet and sunflower oil, making it a protein-rich alternative to the regular pork shoulder. The formula is cruelty-free, non-GMO and contains no added hormones as well.
*Each 100g of OmniMeat contains 0mg cholesterol and 4.6g dietary fiber **Compared with uncooked regular ground meat (84% lean) #, the calorie, saturated fat and cholesterol content of OmniMeat are 68%, 100% and 100% lower respectively. (#Reference: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference)”
- Cruelty Free
- No Added Hormones
- No Added Antibiotics
- Buddhist Friendly
- Shiitake Mushroom
- Non-GMO Soy
The new ingredient allow a chef to expand beyond the usual meatless commodities, such as yen ta fo jay (vegetarian noodle soup with red sauce), gui chai (chive dumplings), tao-hu thord (deep-fried breaded bean curd) and pueak thord (taro fritters), which are already popular. Whether by the appearance or mouthfeel, we couldn’t tell OmniMeat larb (240 baht) from its pork counterpart. The dish promises as much flavourful zest as does the ordinary rendering. – Bangkok Post
OmniMeat is developed by OmniFoods, a food tech company launched by Green Monday. Our experienced canada-based R&D team had developed this food innovation by extensive research on Asian cuisines and culinary practices. OmniMeat is an all-purpose solution of Green Monday, as a diversified and innovative social enterprise model, to promote shifting to plant-based diet as a crucial mean to tackle global warming and food insecurity. Green Monday was established in 2012. By working with companies, restaurants, schools and various parties, we have effectively increase the awareness of plant-based life style. According to a survey result released by an international consultant in Dec 2018, the number of HK people practising flexitarian has reached 1.75M.
What can you make with Omnimeat? Explore various recipes https://omnimeat.co/recipe/