The entire world of meat changes from year to time, and it’s get hard to keep up. No one liquors milk anymore. Now we drink “milk” made from nuts( is it just me or did almond milk not exist 3 years ago ?). No one devours regular pasta anymore. Now we feed black bean and lentil spaghetti. What’s going on? And WTF are lentils? As funky as these things seem, nut milk and veggie pastas are totally normal compared to the other weird stuff popping up on the supermarket shelves nowadays. Prepare yourselves, betches. Here are some of the upcoming strange food trends you are able to look forward to seeing( and trying, if you dare) in 2019.
1. Fake Meat Snacks
Sounds even more nasty when I threw just the way it is … but yeah, vegetarian meat like bacon and pork rinds are going to be making supermarkets for all of us herbivores to snack on when we get hungry. Now instead of dehydrated peas and beets, we are going to be able enjoy some faux meat( while daydream of devouring a real slashed of steak or slab of greasy bacon while we do it )!
Bulletproof coffee, coconut and MCT oil, and chocolate treats, oh my. In honour of the super trendy paleo and keto dieters out there, fatty meat are officially IN. If you’re on a strict diet that allows a higher-than-normal daily fat uptake, then you’re in luck, because more brands will be catering to your needs in the coming year.
3. Avocado Ice Cream
Avocado devotees, unite! Everyone desires avocados so much that now it’s becoming a staple ingredient in dinners and desserts … including ice cream. Formerly upon a occasion, making avocado ice cream was merely for highly birthed people who found the recipe on Pinterest and just so happened to have an appetite and an avocado lying around their kitchen. Now, everyday people are actually going to be buying it from the dairy-alternative ice cream segment in your grocery store. What a world-wide “were living in”, huh?
What is kimchi? Fermented cabbage … which I simply have when I’m at Korean BBQ but some people like it a lot, so much better so that it’s expected to tendency in 2019. This Korean-oriented veggie is tangy, super health, and full of good bacteria. It’s similar in nature to sauerkraut, which is also an acquired savour. If you like cabbage, radishes, spices, fish sauce, and kelp gunpowder, present kimchi a shot. Mix it with seafood, or eat it on its own if you’re sentiment crazy.
You know when you’re at the beach and you go in the water and that creepy green stuff get caught around your legs and gives you a heart attack because you think it’s a jellyfish? Well, that’s the cool new thing to feed! Dried, spiced, roasted, and flavored seaweed is gluten-free AND vegan, so I guess you could say it’s fairly health too. I sound like I’m hatin, g but seaweed is actually yummy. Shout out to my fellow seaweed salad eaters.
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