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of c o 2 per kilogram of milk. goat and sheet milk impact is more than double that with $5.00 and $8.00. point 4 kilograms of c. o 2 herb, o mega animals, pollute the planet. less per kilogram of milk. that's because cows or buffaloes just produce more milk than a good of shape, for example. and because all these animals are ruminants and pump out methane, jesus covered footprint is actually bigger than that of poultry and even pork. more emissions than meat that is absolutely insane. but anyway, now that we've got the milk, we need to heat it up and at some bacteria, the go to date turning this into a dummy sock sheet. and let me tell you it's boiling in here. this chase is particularly happy if the room is a little bit too fast for the chief breaker. so if you're having a hard time and you feel like you're in a sauna, this, she's gonna love it. or i,
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or i was starting here is the process called fermentation. the bacteria feast on the sugar that in the milk and break it down. after a while, we add a liquid called rennet. this is what turns our concoction into cheese as it restructures the case in it, a protein that can only be found in animals, milt. and yes, it really works. our milk is suddenly solid. oh, just for me to cut it into pieces again. and sunny laurie eliza, 200 liters of milk inquiry skirt. now we have to work quickly. the current needs to go into these molds while it's still warm and be flipped after a couple of minutes, it'll cost you $20.00 arrows for pressure is on. so basically, wow, after another 2 or 3 hours, all of these molds go into the ripening room, a cheese makers, treasure chamber. they are all sorts of jesus compared to these that lead to age
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for longer periods of time from one or 2 months to even up to 3 years like the famous parmesan, the processing accounts for between 2 to 18 percent of jesus. final c o. 2 emissions, but of course the longer you need to keep it at a certain temperature and humidity for it to become really tasty. the more energy it uses. so to a certain extent, it's better for the planet to eat lots a rela, instead of parmesan. but there are other plays on the market that can further reduce your carbon footprint vegan cheeses, but they might not be as environmentally friendly as you think. new day, another cheese maker, but today we're producing the vague in our tentative and here cash use are the main ingredient. yes, that's the wonderful thing about cassia, as we can make a nice mill from them. if we salt them, clean them and crush them. yeah, this produces a smooth milk that can be processed into cheese alternatives. the way animal milk
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would be for normal cheese production advisor for ob, i did that and con. and after i've ground down, all these cashews bacteria cultures will be added to start the fermentation process . just like you would when making cheese from animal milk there or thought of ingredient forces alternative. su, hellman. oh boy. and even olive oil, a minute radius abundance of the progressive to calculate the greenhouse gas emissions, water and land beacons, alternative, dejesus are fairly new. so there aren't a lot of studies on their end by mental impact yet, which is why we can only compare what it takes to grow the most popular ingredients, cache use almonds and the new kid on the block codes. the dutch national institute for public health and the environment compare different environmental impacts. other studies claim different impact, but for easy comparison,
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i'm sticking to this one. making cheese emits weigh more c o 2 than v can alternatives. once the bacteria have started their work during the fermentation process, the herbs and spices are added to this version is what the company called chuck alika to become as delicious as possible. it goes through a similar ripening process as real cheese, where the bacteria continue their work. looking at the science though, it takes quite a lot of water to grow cashews. the dutch study found water consumption to be as high as 2000 liters per kilogram of cashews. but it's not just the number that's important. the impact depends a lot on the region, whether cash use or ground. does it rain a lot or is it a waters cast region, for example, in vietnam? cashews, i'm mainly grown in areas with relatively little of water stress, but the opposite is generally true for brazil or booking a fossil. alrighty. and now i'm really curious how that is going to taste.
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oh yeah, it has years mail and tastes a lot of herbs. the consistency is actually pretty similar. we like cream cheese. what with her pin star as really read. all right, all right. all right. that was pretty good even for cheese level, but if you want to go full out on saving the planet, go for oh based options, but they are just starting to hit the supermarket shelves now. real cheese will always be my number one, but i'll try to switch it up with some tasty alternatives. i think we can just start paying him in cheese now. now if you've found a fly in your soup at a restaurant, you might send it back, set these days. it could be the garnish,
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to 1000000000 people already eat insects regularly. after all, they're a great source of protein and have a low carbon footprint compared to meet. there are already insect farms in europe, though most of them have produced for the animal feed market. but the e u recently approved locusts crickets, and meal worms for human consumption too. and business is booming. it could be so easy. breeding harmless little flies to lay eggs which turned into maggots with a voracious appetite for food wasted. and the larvae can be turned into tasty, high protein. burger's good for the climate and the environment though, it's not quite that straightforward yet. but 1st things 1st. welcome to the love shack of the black soldier, fly, a creature by the name her meteor. in lupin's,
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highly cons is a superstar among fly farmers. he'd love to expand his farm and be part of the insect protein revolution. and the larvae are up to the job, they have a racial appetite and gobbled up everything from food waste to animal excrement. and true glutton fashion. their body weight increases 6000 fold and just 3 weeks. the problem is you regulations for been the farmer from feeding them food waste. when we're my snowiest mar, if you're a pioneer doing something new or you're going to really enjoy what you're doing and be enthusiastic about it, what often you do, but in the challenges and a lot, especially in the case of disruptive innovation, as you might find yourself facing regulatory hurdles avec friends. in europe, we say pot, if it's not permitted, it's prohibited all the kind of a prudence principle default. whenever you do something truly new, you know, it'll be prohibited done. so mark, life of warden. the eel is concerned about the sanitary conditions of the avi,
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which live in their own feed and theses in 6 live in their feet. they live in their own feet. so you have to make sure that there is no risk of contamination between the feet, which they live and the insect protein, which is the final product at which would be consumes. this is why they're currently fed on pink feed, but they all dish this up here is o kara, which is great for our young larvae. acora is a byproduct of tow for production for yesterday, and this is in the loop. but there are more efficient solutions available, like in kenya, where highly con says also set up a fly farm. with indoor plumbing, a rarity in many poorer districts. a startup has set a portable lavatories in selected places, but the excrement is later collected and mixed with food waste a blend that's perfectly suited to the black saunter. fly larvae he lost and
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found on july. the larvae are then fed to pigs and chickens life. we've had this system up and running for a couple of years now with 0 problems, and no cases of animals getting sick. i didn't give an office question tom, despite its concerns, the you says it wants to promote larvae farming, which could be a sustainable source of protein and a meat substitute. nearly 100 percent of the maggots can be consumed, either by livestock or humans. there is far less waste than when pigs chickens or cows are on the dinner plate. plants the maggots shells can be used as a fertilizer or for making cosmetic products and even medication. you know that you've been has a doctor action plan for a circular column, and we have adopted the for the farm to for strategy where we want to develop resilience food supply chains. and one of the things which are being assessed there
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is whether you feed substrates for insects are focused on former food stamps. could be considered as a source of feature. so this reflects is ongoing. meanwhile, the eel is dragging its heels on the certification front. before waste can be used this way. the e wants proof that as a safe product as its own sklar that we know that we need to deliver empirical evidence that it safely hungry synthesis. but the e u is basically making that impossible because they won't grant us an exemptions. now we can naming a fuel creek. so we're being asked to provide evidence while being denied the means to do so. it was the community guys who gave him, we can only hope that will be granted exemptions at the local level, and that the you doesn't put a spanner in the works. you're hoping to discuss a college. for now, i know chances ground fly larvae can only be found to dogs and fish,
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but it all goes well. larvae could be the next big thing in the food industry. so everything we eat has an impact, but it's clear, there are plenty of alternatives. that's all for this edition of made thanks for watching to see you and see. ah ah ah ah ah
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ah. with farming and canyon without harmful chemical pesticides, not feasible new, you can produce enough of it to be able to win a city of farming end up rising become really while the politicians are still
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