Zak puts his body on the line to see if the vegan mac and cheese can pass as a comfort food.
Liz finds a suspicious infographic, so some research and incredulous journalism is done.
Liz shares her thoughts about the NFT video essay that Zak assigned as homework. They’re pretty sure that they’re not shouting at clouds, but time will tell.
Zak used Shortcuts automation to mimic focus modes on his Apple Watch. Liz suggests that a gayer time of day should have a gayer watch face.
Zak reviews the Tofutti Better Than Sour Cream and the Jenny’s Tofu Soy Milk. He also tells us about the Sprout Task Force, which Jenny’s Tofu is a part of.
Lastly, Zak fell into a rabbit hole about food certifications including kosher and vegan.
Recorded on February 13, 2022
– CPAP on a Plane – TSA
Dairy-free Omnibus Part A
– Wicked Kitchen
– Woody Harrelson invests in Wicked Kitchen
– Seitan – Wikipedia
– Upton’s Naturals
– Be’f – Gardein
– Conagra Brands
– Meatless Mondays
– Maintenance Phase
– Meat Eater’s Guide – Environmental Working Group
– Non-GHG effects of car use – EcoWatch
– M’rry Me – Gardein Corporate Instagram
– Flexitarianism – Wikipedia
Line Goes Up
– The Website Obesity Crisis – Idle Words
– The Average Webpage Is Now the Size of the Original Doom – Wired
– Insular Dwarfism – Wikipedia
– The DAO – Wikipedia
– Neal Stephenson on Meta – Axios
– Project Loon
– PreShow Eye Tracking – Futurism
– The Factorio Video – Folding Ideas on YouTube
Apple Watch Trick
– Details on the California Watch Face – Arun.is
– Directory of Kosher Certifying Agencies – Chicago Rabbinical Council
– Blue Ribbon Kosher – Chicago Rabbinical Council
– Ⓥ – Vegan Symbols
– Vegan Trademark – Vegan Society
– Certification – Vegan.org
– Vegan Flag
– Israeli Vegan Domino’s – NPR
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