Results for - January Promotion #3--Predictions for 2022. Food & Dining predictions ! Which would you participate in and try?

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1. January Promotion #3--Predictions for 2022. Food & Dining predictions ! Which would you participate in and try?

1980's Cocktails: Even in the age of no-alcohol cocktails, all those 1980s drinks you can barely remember (for obvious reasons) are coming back. Look for Blue Lagoons, Tequila Sunrises, Long Island iced tea and amaretto sours re-engineered with fresh juices, less sugar and better spirits.
34%
976 votes
Kelp: Kelp grows fast, has a stand-up nutritional profile and removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and nitrogen from the ocean. As a result, farmed kelp will move beyond dashi and the menus at some high-end restaurants and into everyday foods like pasta and salsa.
19%
541 votes
Sunflower Butter: We all know and love the peanut butter alternatives, like cashew butter and almond butter, but one substitute is really staking a claim these day: Sunflower butter. Ben & Jerry's released four non-dairy flavors this year made with sunflower seed butter and Whole Foods has their own sunflower butter.
27%
794 votes
Potato Milk: This new nondairy milk, made from boiled potatoes and the water they're cooked in, has already gained some traction in 2021,
9%
253 votes
Fishless Fish: The options are impressive both in taste and texture, all could be considered ocean-inspired products and don't have the fishiness often associated with the real thing. There's fish-free tuna and crab cakes from Good Catch and very convincing shrimp from The Plant-Based Seafood Company
13%
371 votes
Homemade pasta: The breadmaking craze has been real for two years. But now that everyone has (or almost) mastered the art of gluten, it's currently time to make delicious, fresh pasta at home.
36%
1,048 votes
Chile crunch and salsa matcha: Chile (or chili) crunch is the condiment of the year, according to Baum + Whiteman, which predicts that "You'll see restaurants dabbing it on pizza, spooning it over all manner of dumplings, drizzling it over ice cream, spiking spaghetti bolognese or mac-and-cheese," and more. It's made with numbing Sichuan peppers, crushed hot chiles, garlic, and other ingredients.
16%
451 votes
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24%
709 votes
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