Impossible meat trumps real meat in The Straits Times' taste test

The Straits Times pits plant-based meat alternatives, such as Beyond Meat and Omnipork, against the real deal in a blind taste test to see which fares better.

SINGAPORE - The introduction of plant-based meats by eateries has not only piqued the curiosity of many diners, but has also fuelled diners to do their own taste tests.

Mrs Teo Bee Heong, 53, who runs a charity, tried both the plant-based and real beef options of the beef Wellington at Bread Street Kitchen in Marina Bay Sands with her family of six.

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