As long as it tastes similar to the real thing, I would eat it!
IDK, they did a poo steak in the lab a while ago… Maybe the future certified organic will turn into certified feaces free… food for thought…
I’d try it. I wonder what medium it’s grown in.
I’d eat whichever is more affordable. But I’d love to try it even just once.
As a vegan I would say yes. Lab grown meat basically removes all the concerns I have with meat in general: 1. carbon footprint, 2. animal cruelty
At this point, though, I’m so turned off by meat from a hygiene perspective that I might stick with products like Beyond. Perhaps lab grown meat would also mitigate a lot of contaminants? If that’s what @steve.mills’s taking about with the poo steaks.
I got to try Beyond Meat beef as a Costco sample a few weeks ago, and it tasted really good. Texture was OK as well. If that is the future, I’m all for it
Kangaroo meat is also a good option. Its super lean, Kangaroos don’t produce methane (they’re transplanting Kangaroo stomach to cows to prevent greenhouse gasses) and they reproduce in plague proportions (think rabbits on steroids). Regarding animal cruelty, there’s a device that been made to attach to a feed box with a head flap that floods it with nitrogen and induces narcosis on the animal. Its completely painless and they go out high as a kite.