Chef James "Jimmy" Corwell, Visionary Master Chef and Founder of Ocean Hugger Foods joins us on this edition of the Vegan TourGuide Podcast. He discusses his "Aha" Moment that occurred during a visit to the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo led him to starting Ocean Hugger Foods and the first product launched: Ahimi which is a Tuna Sushi replacement using: Tomatoes....YES, Tomatoes! Listen to his incredible story and the passion he has for being instrumental in change. As he states during our podcast: "Chefs need to be leaders in the industry of creating plantbased products to save the environment".
Chef Corwell is one of only a handful of Certified Master Chefs and a former instructor at the Culinary School of America and is leading the way for plantbased products replacing animal products.
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Ken Botts, the Food and Nutrition Director for the Humane Society of the United States stops by the Vegan TourGuide to discuss his journey and his journey through the food industry and the INCREDIBLE changes he and his team are making in Cafeteria's across the nation and now internationally! He shares the incredible story of the University of North Texas Dining Hall and how they transformed an underperforming Dining Hall into a 100% Vegan - Plantbased Dining Hall and the results will blow you away.
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