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The brother-and-sister team behind this sleight of hand is Aubry and Kale Walch.
Vegan themselves, they were unhappy with the meat-substitute options on the market.
Their goal is nothing less than to help people give up meat altogether.
They think that they can convert meat eaters that are maybe on the edge and need help figuring out how to eat a plant-based diet. “We’re not going to being able to sustain factory farming forever.” That gives us some food for thought. And I ask them to consider a chickenless matzo ball soup. Louis Park Lunds & Byerlys meat counter is going to end its butcher operation on February 15 citing “low demand,” according to Aaron Sorenson, Communications Manager at L&B.
They decided to try to make their own non-meats from ingredients anyone could buy at the coop.
The first two years of experimentation were “no good,” says Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Ryan Strandjord.
Luke, the writer of the Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, has been identified with St.Undeterred, they kept experimenting, eventually renting space at Kindred Kitchen (co-founded by Michelle Horowitz) and creating a product that even their father, the family carnivore, wanted to eat. “If their dad doesn’t take a second bite,” says Strandjord, “that means they have to go back to the drawing board.” “The stuff we make is totally different than the other [fake meat options] on market,” Kale promises. And we literally make everything by hand in small batches.” That means just 80 sausages at a time and each batch is taste tested to ensure quality. The meat is made from vital wheat gluten, a high-protein, wheat-based flour. After perfecting the texture, apparently the hardest part of the meat mimicry process, the meats get premium flavorings to achieve sausage spice and rib smokiness.“There’s love that goes into this food,” says Aubry, who worked at Whole Foods for six years picking up food merchandising tips before going in full-time with her brother three years ago. The cheese is made from a soymilk and coconut milk base.He first mentions all those "of the circumcision" -- in other words, Jews -- and he does not include Luke in this group.
Luke's gospel shows special sensitivity to evangelizing Gentiles.In Acts 16:8-9 we hear of Paul's company "So, passing by Mysia, they went down to Troas.