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Published 1 year ago with 2 Comments

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  • Gozzin (edited 1 year ago)

    If the meat is grown in a lab and it's just meat, I'll eat it,otherwise,forget it. If they can provide insects that taste as good,as shrimp,well I'd eat them too. Maybe they will be able to change the proteins in insects so they are like chicken,beef,etc and taste like them too. I'd enjoy that as well.

    Memphis Meats, a startup that grows beef and chicken from cells instead of on farms.

    It's the processed,fake plant "meat" that I'm not going to eat. As usual,for you newbies,here is my typical nasty,chemical laden processed food rant. Nope. Not eating their cheap,processed shit. What people don't realize is the more stuff is processed,the less benefits the end user gets and the bigger profits companies make. And they also get to add nasty chemicals/preseratives and who knows what else into the stuff which can make people with sensitive GI's (Like me) sick as a dog.(I'm looking at you,Hillshire Farms!) Keep in mind,when they say the food will be "cheap",they mean cheap for them,for you,not so much.So afaic,they can take their fake food and shove it where the sun don't shine!

  • ohtwenty

    Tyson Foods, the largest meat producer in the U.S., was part of a $55 million round of investment in Beyond Meat

    reminds me of tobacco businesses investing heavily in e-cig companies. Evolve or die, I guess.

    Meh, is my reaction. I'm vegetarian most of the time (unless someone feeds me meat, in which case I'll eat meat), and I don't see myself buying this. I don't see proper meat-eaters eating this too, so I'm wondering who would.... I guess they'll have done their research though, before spending millions.

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