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As of October, 2013, SuperVegan is no longer under active development.
The site content remains online in the interest of history.

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The SV Digest: Meat Spaghetti!

I put SuperVegan into Wordle and this is what came out.

I put SuperVegan into Wordle and this is what came out.

  • Rynn Berry, author of the Vegan Guide to New York City is answering questions for the New York Times about being vegan in New York City this week. (Ryyn is very important to SuperVegan. If it weren’t for his chronic failure to put his book online, we probably wouldn’t have bothered making this site.)

    Read the big readers’ discussion thread, and Rynn’s first set of answers. They’re still accepting questions through Friday morning. If anyone can get Rynn to mention SuperVegan in one of his answers, we’ll give you a prize.

  • Mustafa Farouk, a scientist at New Zealand’s AgResearch (which seems to be some kind unholy alliance between the government and industrial agriculture) has invented “meat spaghetti.” Says AgResearch, “It tastes like meat and it can look like meat but we can actually change the composition of the product quite a lot so we can mask the meaty flavour.” According to the uncredited article on Television New Zealand’s site, “Kids love spaghetti but for many parents it’s hard to get them to eat meat – so the meaty, protein saturated, pasta version could be an innovative way of providing youngsters with vital nutrients and iron.” Journalism at its finest!
  • If you’re one of those vegans who likes heavy metal music, the blog Possessed by Seitan is for you.
  • Want a video tour and kitchen tips from famous vegan Moby? Epicurious has your hookup. His kitchen looks refreshingly lived-in and well-used. I bet you can make better pancakes than him. I wonder how much Moby likes heavy metal.

3 Comments

  1. Comment by

    Laura Leslie

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    I love how unabashedly self-promotional we are. ;)

  2. Comment by

    Ligo

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    Meat spaghetti? That’s so twisted. I shudder to think of what might be in it. It’d probably be the same gross processed leftovers as hotdogs, but in a pasta shape.

  3. Comment by

    Roseann Marulli

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    Those Moby videos have been around since March/April–wonder why everyone’s finding them again now?

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