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Anna Sophie Koller

Anna Sophie Koller, picture from the year 2022
Student of Food and Biotechnology, Junior Author

Biography

I discovered my passion for natural sciences while I was still at school. As I am also truly interested in food, (vegan) nutrition, and sustainability, I decided to enroll in the bachelor’s degree in food and biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, which I pursue with enthusiasm and motivation.

Since November 2023, I have been working as a junior author for the Foundation of Diet and Health Switzerland.

 

Motivation

Sustainability lies close to my heart and has a big significance for me, which is why I wrote on the topic “Sustainable bio-manufacturing of cancer immune checkpoint inhibitors” for my bachelor’s thesis; simply put, how to produce cancer drugs sustainably. During my studies, I was able to gain a more profound understanding of the field of food technology, which also sparked my interest in sustainable solutions in the food industry.

Through my studies, I was capable of strengthening my environmental awareness and expanding my expertise in relation to nutrition. I have been vegan for 3 years. Through my work as a junior author, I want to inspire other people to eat healthy and show them that a balanced diet is a long-term investment in our future – both for our environment and our health.

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Ingredients

Apricots, dried, unsulphured (raw?, organic?)
Asparagus beans, raw (yard bean, cowpea, organic?)
Baking soda (organic?)
Cucumbers, peeled, raw (organic?)
Cucumbers, raw (organic?)
Fennel seeds, raw (organic?)
Goa beans, raw (organic?)
Lucuma powder (raw?, organic?)
Moong Dal (Mung Daal, organic?, raw?)
Mung bean sprouts, raw (mung bean sprouts, organic?)
Mung beans, raw (organic?)
Passion fruit, purple, raw (organic?)
Peppermint, fresh (raw, organic?)
Saw palmetto fruits, raw? (organic?)
Tomatillo (mountain eggplant), raw