…[T]oday, there are a number of promising plant-based food companies, like Impossible Foods, that have made promising strides toward excellent meat-like alternatives. But to satisfy people’s lust for actual meat, scientists may have to achieve the paradoxical: produce animal meat that didn’t technically come from an animal.
Mark Post, a Dutch scientist who designed and tasted the first ever lab-grown burger from stem cells [said] “It wasn’t even that good,” invoking the first pancake rule that governs all human experience.) Post says that scientists’ ability to control the fat and protein density of lab-grown meat could lead to a future where millions of people prefer the consistency and taste of meat that didn’t come from a messy, bloody, imperfect mammal ….
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