The food we consume in daily life has changed the planet. Natural resources have been devastated to make space to rear cattle and to growing crops to feed livestock. Our oceans are becoming barren, as they are overfished. Food production contributes a lot to the climate change. Reports say that about a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, consumption of water and other natural resources are associated with farming for meat and dairy.
It is very clear that we need to rebalance our diets by prioritising plant-based meals and reduce our intake of animal products. Chef David Edward Raj, a culinary innovator gives few options that can look towards for healthy, tasty and sustainable eating habits.