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    TikTok’s ‘pasta chips’ trend turns the Italian dish into snackable finger food

    Pasta chips are the latest TikTok food craze that’s putting a spin and crunch on the traditionally soft dish. The viral food trend’s hashtag alone has racked up more than 364.3 million views on the popular video-sharing app, and verified TikTok creators have already given it their stamps of approval. All it requires is boiled pasta, your preferred seasonings and oil, an airfryer or similar appliance or tool that can fry or bake, according to Feel Good Foodie – an American digital food media company created by Yumna Jawad. TIKTOK’S ‘HONEYCOMB PASTA’ IS THE LATEST VIRAL FOOD TREND, SOCIAL MEDIA  

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    Plant-based eating should be ‘about inclusivity and positivity… not finger pointing and shaming’

    North Carolina-based No Evil Foods​ ​– founded by Schadel and Mike Wolianksky in 2014 and now in 5,000+ stores including Whole Foods, Wegmans, Albertsons, Walmart and Kroger – is not going head to head with Impossible Foods or Beyond Meat, who are effectively reverse engineering meat and putting it back together, molecule by molecule, with plants, says Schadel. “You’ve got brands that are selling a broccoli or bean burger, and then brands that are deconstructing meat at the molecular level.​ We’re kind of at the intersection between these two, offering a clean label product that’s minimally processed  

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