Oumph! Food for the Future

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Food & Drink

Oumph! Food for the Future

We know Sweden is all about eco-friendly living, and one veggie-loving company is beginning to make a splash in the sustainable food industry. Oumph! is part of the Food for Progress movement  ̶  which inspires people to take on the responsibility of consuming food that is nutritious and environmentally friendly. Now that’s an idea we can get behind.

With nine varieties of soybean food, this company is changing the way we look at low-climate impact foods forever. The best part? You won’t believe you’re eating soybeans. To prove that its product is just as satisfying as other proteins, the company has turned to Instagram to share creative dishes.

Try not to drool. And for more mouthwatering dishes, check out its Instagram. Your taste buds (and the environment) will thank you.

Soybean baby back ribs? Yep, that’s a thing now.

You can grill, deep-fry, sauté or boil it to prepare a dish. It also works well with any kind of seasoning you please.

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Sushi with some Oumph! to it.

Soy is a great source of protein, fiber, folic acid and many other vitamins and minerals, meaning your vegan sushi finally will leave you feeling full and satisfied.

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Oumphalada galore.

All of the company’s spices are organic, so rest assured you’re eating the best products for your belly.

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Brunch done (environmentally) right.

With the company’s production process, there’s no contribution to deforestation, meaning you can dig in guilt-free.

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Soybean burger night anyone?

According to its calculations, 30 grams of beef and 1,000 grams of Oumph! have the same environmental impact.

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