A Little Thing Called Quorn
Whoever says meat-free diets are bland and boring? Recently launched in Singapore, Quorn is fast becoming a staple among health-conscious diners.
It is completely meat-free although it possesses the appearance, texture and taste of meat. Developed in 1978, Quorn is primarily made from mycoprotein, a type of microfungus taken from soil, fermented and made into a dough. High in protein, fibre and essential amino acids, and boasting numerous clinically proven health benefits like reducing blood cholesterol and insulin levels, it is a healthier alternative to meat. Try them in various forms—mince, patty, Swedish-style balls and more.
From $5 for 300g, RedMart.com