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Understanding the Differences Between Mycoproteins.Fungi are as diverse as animals or plants. Hence, mycoprotein is as broad a descriptive as plant protein.
For example, soybean and wheat kernels are plant proteins but differ utterly and behave accordingly. In this sense, it is only natural that mycoproteins are equally different.
In our recent mycotalk we explore the differences between mycoproteins.

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  • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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    thankyou for sharing such wonderful information

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    • Sarah Chabane

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      Super interesting! And can all types of mycoproteins be used for the same uses?

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      • Mycorena

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        @sarah_chabane Hmmm, if you "can", yes you probably can, but some mycoproteins would be better for some uses than others. Because they have different properties, and even tastes, forms, Mycoprotein A might fit better a certain application (say, fish replacement) , while Mycoprotein B might be a better fit for a completely different application (like dairy replacement)

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