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  • Gozzin (edited 3 years ago)

    In five years, there might be a little CRISPR-edited corn in your breakfast cereal or CRISPR-edited wheat in your pasta. CRISPR'd tomatoes and CRISPR'd pork might follow. There's already a little CRISPR in your yogurt.

    Nope...I don't eat cereal, pasta or "heart healthy" grains...My worry would be once they take the fat out of milk to make it more "healthy",which will screw up my yogurt, kefir making and ruin the wonderment of butter. Old as dirt agendas that prop up the cheap grain industry is why we can't have anything nice. Now,if they could use this to make crickets taste like steak,we might be onto something,but I'm not holding my breath..Or my fork.

    And the stupid war on fat will continue...Forever.

    Other meat might be gene edited to be healthier. The same Korean researchers working on the Cavendish banana have also created a variety of pig that is extra-muscly, so it can produce leaner cuts of pork.

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