Would you eat lab-grown meat?
Dutch company behind world's first 'test tube burger' produced from animal cells says it could be in restaurants in just 3 years
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Would YOU eat lab grown meat world's first 'test tube burger: https://t.co/9iusek1FPn
Growth has a darker side. There are many now making the argument for fundamental change to the way we do economics. Because changing to renewables or growing meat in test tubes won't be enough. Great read from Fast Company #economi… https://t.co/G2kzTt4STY
For more about progress and concerns about lab meat, or test-tube meat, go here: https://t.co/DPuqduu3cZ
For all of ranchers actual, and professed, love of their business, with test-tube meat in 10-20 years, none of them will love birthing cows in sub-zero temps.
As long as wolves are allowed to live, they will continue hunting. There is no way to put a complete end to their hunting except to make them extinct until we have the tech to feed them test tube meat & reprogram them not to hunt
Dang test tube burgers.... Striaght poison. Never try to fake good old red meat.
Clean ‘Meat’ from Test Tubes: Sooo … if we begin mooing or develop the urge to graze after…
The way we grow meat in labs is basically the exact same way it grows on an animal's body. You feed it nutrients in a certain way and it grows in a test tube. We'd prolly have access to a very wide variety of meats as well cuz all it takes is a small sample.
Test tube meat?
AgriTalk host Chip Flory and Pro Farmer Washington Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer separate the signal from the noise on trade, SCOTUS, the first meeting between the House Ag Committee chair and ranking member in eight weeks and test tube meat.
How is it that people can grow test tube meat from cells but nobody has yet done so to create cheese
Meat has been eaten for thousands of years @imLucyWatson and half of these living beings would have never been born if it weren't for consumerism.. Get off your high horse and preach your test tube, vegan shite elsewhere..
The notion that meat products from companies like ours will be offered “fresh from the test tube” is a total red herring. Commercial production will look much like other cultured food products (think beer breweries).
Would you like your burger well-done, medium-rare, or fresh from the test tube?
And also, who is going to regulate lab-grown meat!? It's become a juicy turf war between the USDA and the FDA. Find out why in my latest for @Sierra_Magazine.
#Growing Meat in a Test Tube to Feed Humanity, Combat Climate Change and Explore Outer Space with @mikeseldenFF of Finless Foods