Faux food recipes still make for a feast

10/1/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Fake food gained the status of acceptability for different reasons throughout history (think illusions and scarcity), and today it satisfies the need for ingredient substitutes and profit. A Chicago vegan restaurant features dishes with wheat gluten, textured soy protein, tempeh, seitan and tofu to mimic meat.

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