The survival of human civilizations has depended on the ability of society to continuously discover and develop new sources of food. No animal, other than the rat, consumes as broad a variety of foods as the human. Humans surpass the rat because they have the ability to add further to their food resources by manipulation of the environment and modification of potential food sources.Evaluating the Safety and Nutritional Value of Mycoprotein

The last half of the 20th century saw an almost logarithmic acceleration in the pace of modern biology and its appl…

Table 2 Essential Amino Acid Content

Table 3—Protein digestibility corrected amino acid score for selected food proteins

Table 4—Fatty acid profile of mycoprotein

Table 5—Incidence of adverse reactions to mycoproteina

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