1."Beanlife": delicious flexitarian tempehsWith Beanlife, Winnie and Noemi have risen to the challenge of adding choice and flavour to the flexitarian diet with their range of tempeh.
It can be hard to find plant-based proteins with a good taste and texture. Tempeh, an Indonesian ingredient made from fermented soy beans takes just 15 minutes to cook and is easy to use in salads, hamburgers, ragouts and noodle dishes.
Beanlife aims to create a community of fans who eat good protein: artisanal, plant-based, and made from local organic ingredients. They will help chefs, caterers and consumers discover different tempeh varieties (soya, black been and a soon-to-be-released “circular” tempeh).
Why Brussels needs this project: Beanlife is ideal for vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians, inviting us to transition to a more environmentally-friendly way of life. And there’s no compromise on flavour!