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"The most impactful revolution our planet is yet to witness."

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Vincent Berraud Vincent Berraud VIC Posts: 120
1 16 Mar 2016
"The most impactful revolution our planet is yet to witness."

Will you eat lab grown meats? Why? Why not?

Please read the article BEFORE you reply:


EasyRightMaybe EasyRightMaybe VIC Posts: 30
2 17 Mar 2016
Sounds all good somewhat. I'm not sure if meat and dairy are positive additions to the human diet, so with this being being the case, I think stronger research and a more certain answer needs to be provided on the impact it has on us. I can't say I would not consume such products though. Would the same be ok, if they started making lab grown human meat? Let's say it tasted great to some. It's a little weird, but I dunno, this is the first I've put any thought to the subject. From a taste standpoint I can't deny KFC was kinda tasty, but I'm not so sure I want to taste it anymore.

robert99 robert99 Sweden Posts: 1360
3 17 Mar 2016
Would I eat a copy of something I don't want to eat?

So how's things at  and

Keepin' busy?

Pizza_babey Pizza_babey WA Posts: 7
4 19 Mar 2016
If this is what it takes to end the animal suffering I am completely on board! Whether it is healthy or not, I will support it. Plenty of vegans out there have recipes for "chicken nuggets" etc made without animal products.. Still calling it "chicken". Its pretty much the same mental process.

And yeah, if they could produce lab grown "human" meat I believe plenty of people would eat it, and I wouldn't have a problem with that either.

Not sure if I myself would eat this stuff, but I would support it.

Vincent Berraud Vincent Berraud VIC Posts: 120
5 20 Mar 2016
Both projects going well.

Thanks for the comments! happy