Here's a thought. If a vegans choose not to eat beef because of animal rights, would they eat beef that was grown in a lab?
Sergey Brin funded over $300,000 in research to explore that very idea.
Here's the scoop. They take cow stem cells, then they grow them in a lab, producing what is basically... cloned meat? So, when you think about it, as long as there were no cows slaughtered, would a vegan eat it?
For people who avoid meat because of fat or cholesterol... these are 100% fat free.
In fact, to make engineered meat taste seem more familiar and tender, they may need to mix in some cloned some fat cells.
The bigger question is where does this lead to? Some scientists think this is the first step in engineering sustainable food alternatives for the next cen... [More]
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