5 Vegan Inventions I Want to See in 2019
Technology is a great thing, and with each year that passes, the inventions continue to get more and more extravagant. As a vegan, there are some inventions that I would love to have in order to make my life just a little bit easier. Here is my personal list of five new vegan inventions that I would love to see come to life in the new year.
5 Vegan Inventions I want to See in 2019
Ethically-Sourced Almond Milk
Almond milk is great for you and it’s one of my favorite non-dairy alternatives due to its versatility. However, the mass-production of almonds has taken its toll on California’s environment as almonds use the largest majority of the state’s agricultural water allowance. Although it may not happen this year, the next year, or the one after that, I would love to see any advances in making almond production more sustainable.
Carnivals are a great time for the whole family, but not having a selection of suitable food options can put a damper on your outing. We have vegan food festivals, so why not vegan carnivals yet? Imagine, how great would it be to enjoy a cruelty-free milkshake and soy dog after going on a Ferris Wheel without any worry of cross-contamination?
A New Plant-Based Milk
Soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, cashew milk, coconut milk, hemp milk, flax milk, pea milk, oat milk. We have a nice range of options, and each choice has its pros and cons. I’ve tried and enjoyed the benefits of all of these options but I would be lying if I said that I haven’t been curious to see if there were any other non-dairy kinds of milk that could be curated.
Vegan Caramel at Starbucks
For once, I would love to order an almond milk caramel macchiato without asking them to hold the caramel. The most awaited of all vegan inventions, at least for me.
Less Wasteful Version of the Keurig
I love my Keurig, I make probably the worst pot of coffee on the planet so this has been a great invention for me, especially when I have guests over. Unfortunately, the pods are not only pricey, but they are awful for the environment. I’ve cut plastic straws, disposable cutlery and plastic produce bags out of my life so far, so why am I still using these disposable coffee pods on the daily? I would love to see if either Keurig or a third-party vendor, would be able to put out either a reusable and refillable coffee pod or perhaps a biodegradable option.
What vegan inventions do you want to see in 2019? Let me know in the comments below.
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