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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by greg, Jul 10, 2005.
Not to mention thoroughly unappetizing: http://www.livescience.com/technolog..._lab_meat.html
The benefits sound good, but the reality sounds nasty!
Sounds to me like someone got high and applied for and got a grant to try something totally unappetizing to the masses. YUCK!
I'll stick to my beef cows thank you very much.
"With a single cell, you could theoretically produce the world's annual meat supply," Matheny says. "And you could do it in a way that's better for the environment and human health. In the long run, this is a very feasible idea."
but once that one cell goes bed...we are meatless...and i am fat...so vegitarianism isnt on my list of things i want to try
The direction genetic science is going is rather frightening, but at the same time somewhat fascinating. While I will not (knowingly, at least) partake in these synthetic meats, I do think its "neat."
I just cant imagine a new york strip popping out of a petree (sp?) dish, but whatever.