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Food Truck Serves Retired Racehorse Meat to Curb Excessive Food Waste

Food Truck Serves Retired Racehorse Meat to Curb Excessive Food Waste
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The Unwanted Animal Kitchen is cooking up unusual meats to make Holland's food industry more sustainable

Charlie Stephens
  • 29 january 2015

The Unwanted Animal Kitchen, founded in 2011 as part of a West Amsterdam urban art project, is a food truck that serves foods made from a variety of non-traditional meats- including goose, meerkat, deer, crow, and even horse.

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