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Printable meat…

January 21, 2013

Do you enjoy eating meat, but can’t bring yourself to contribute to the slaughter of live animals? Don’t worry, someday soon  you’ll be able to order some bioengineered meat… That’s right, whether bioprinted or biofabricated (grown on a specially prepared scaffold), it is likely that meat alternatives of the near future will be made of living cellular structures very similar to meat we eat today, only it will have never been part of an animal.

Read more below!

(From BBC News)

“When you buy some beef at the butcher’s, you know it comes from cattle that once mooed and chewed.

But imagine if this cut of meat, just perfect for your Sunday dinner, had been made from scratch – without slaughtering any animal.

US start-up Modern Meadow believes it can do just that – by making artificial raw meat using a 3D bioprinter.”

Click here to read full article at BBC News…

5 Comments leave one →
  1. January 22, 2013 10:08:19 am

    Er…no.

    • January 22, 2013 10:08:01 pm

      What? You don’t want to replace your chicken coop with a 3-D chicken meat printer???

      • January 22, 2013 10:08:09 pm

        I guess I could just set it up next to the P.C. then and why stop at printing out raw meat analogue? I could make my own fake chicken schnitzels and beef wellington…wait a minute…the vegans already beat him to the punchline! 😉

  2. January 22, 2013 10:08:25 am

    I reiterate…”no”…and tell you that the link doesn’t work at the same time but goodness only knows why I am actually going there to look at that abomination! Will we humans NEVER learn?!!!

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