Food influencer Mark Thompson, AKA "Sauche Stache," told Newsweek about his top three mouthwatering fake-meat recipes.
No adverse reactions to the products have so far been reported, but the FSIS recommends throwing away or returning the items.
Alexander Tominsky told Newsweek he will "never eat another rotisserie chicken" again after completing the challenge.
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Francesco Mazzei joined the chorus of voices expressing disdain, with one jokingly comparing it to "declaring war on Italy."
One critic online wrote: "if you attended their BBQ and they had zero vegetarian options, you might be a little miffed as well."
The video may have put some viewers off their dinner with one dubbing it "traumatizing" and another describing the footage as "disturbing."
The vegetarian couple will not be serving meat despite the bride's mom noting they would "expect a vegetarian option at someone else's wedding."
The man's actions in the clip left viewers baffled, with one writing: "I cannot think of a single reason someone would do this."
For those who adopt veganism, especially for ethical reasons, spreading the message can be a big priority, but the method used by one convert hasn't gone down well.
"We found this spaghetti Bolognese that went off in 2008," she said.
The woman claims to have cooked it to perfection inside a Mini Cooper.
"Perfectly acceptable plenty of families choose not to eat processed meat," said one commenter in response to the viral post.
After his son hid all of his daughter's vegan food and pretended he had thrown it away, his dad said he would only give him vegan meals and that "If he wants anything else he will be paying for it."
One pet owner was stunned at her discipline: ""My dog would have eaten the lot plus the plates and table."
A government report released Thursday estimates that more than 59,000 workers in the industry became sick and approximately 269 people died.
The vegetarian was branded "miserable" and "mean" for claiming she could save money if her husband stopped eating meat.
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"I have been trying to get pregnant for over a year and a half, I'm willing to try different things," Heidi Montag said of her new diet.
One economic expert told Newsweek a 10 to 15 percent increase in the cost of baked goods is expected.
"The Hills" star Heidi Montag, 35, recently shared video of herself indulging in what can only be described as unusual food products.
"Yeah, and you can also taste the difference from fridge vs frozen," added one TikToker.
The victim was holding the goat when the man who was supposed to kill the animal missed his target.
The growth in demand for protein globally means a win-win for the livestock industry and alternative proteins businesses.
The boyfriend was meeting the family for the first time but his partner forced him to eat meat in a bid to give a good impression.
The recalled products have been sold at more than 500 stores across the country, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
"She's a great person and I have nothing against her. The thing is...she doesn't eat beef with any pink," explained the Redditor.
The video left TikTok viewers confused as well as hungry, with one commenting: "My heart is broken but I still want it in my mouth."