Pardon Me Is That A Ford In Your Salad? (Ep. 060)
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What started out as a simple idea — tell the story of Bac*Os, the first true mass-market meat substitute made from soybeans — took a surprising turn. Out Of My Mind podcast host Jay Douglas uses Episode 60 to tell the story of a simple idea with a twist you won’t see coming, including a cast of characters — okay, one character — you’d never expect to find wandering through the history of Bac*Os.
Read Jay’s blog post at The Out Of My Mind Blog. And don’t miss the Mind Doodle at the end of the post for a story about one man’s incredible passion for sharing his knowledge of soybeans and soyfoods.
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