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reno876

  1 month ago

What are your thoughts on cultured meat?

I am not thinking I want any. I do think however, if some are starving [which they are] and if some have to eat bats and creatures that carry disease [which they are] Maybe this would be a viable solution for many. It does feel creepy to me and reminds me of a movie I saw named Soylent Green. I was in a store the other day and saw what I thought was disturbing...a meal replacement drink called Soylent. I wondered why the manufacturer chose this name for their product. Is the food these days disturbing or scary to you?
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M4264523j

  1 month ago
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Idahopatriot

  1 month ago
No, I'll stick with the traditional Cow, Fish and Poultry meat that has served me well for as far back as I can remember. Reply
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madzchris80

  1 month ago
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tiffanydralls

  1 month ago
i dont think i will ever partake in this kind of food... Reply
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slycke1

  1 month ago
I too am just not that interested...unless the only choice! Reply
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pr41799

  1 month ago
I see your point of this may be better for those who have nothing, and I am sure I would have it if I were in the same situation. As of now, I would not choose it. Reply
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l9588293

  1 month ago
I REMEMBER WHEN SOY BURGERS CAME OUT!!! I THINK JACK BOX WAS THE FIRST???? Reply
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2rallan

  1 month ago
I remember that movie--very disturbing, and I've seen the drink camed Soylent. Yuck for sure. Cultured meat, on the other hand, might be a viable substitute for standard type meat (raised on a farm). It's basically a "cloned" meat (think of Dolly the Sheep that was cloned a decade or so ago). That said, I'm not sure I would purchase it myself. Reply
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Wolf15

  1 month ago
if it's taste, texture, and nutritional stats are comparable to "real" meat, I'd give it a try; can't be much worse than store-bought meat! Reply
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pdnr

  1 month ago
I don't think I would want this.
Unfortunately, I think this bat and rodent eating thing in China is a cultural issue rather than one of necessity due to not having other meat sources and their government needs to do a much better job of educating them.
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