Crowacia This is an excellent feature - I think that to bring it to a wider audience you should do take it to the RMB.
In the meantime, though, people in Uan aa Boa eat free of charge in large scale canteens operated by their commune. The system originated with the intention of providing a focal point for communal life, ensuring that everyone gets a healthy and eco-friendly diet, and releasing as many people as possible (especially women) into the workforce by avoiding the need for people to cook at home.
The food itself is strictly vegan. The most common foods are richly spiced stews, porridges, and starchy foods with fiery dipping sauces. Staples are yam, cassava, plantain, and beans. With more developed technology foods based on kelp have been added (these are something of an acquired taste) along with cultured mycoproteins similar to meat alternatives available in the West.