Who’s Up For Lab Grown Clean Meat To Stop ‘Climate Change’?

All the Warmists will rush out and get this instead of eating regular meant, right?

Lab-grown ‘clean’ meat could be on sale by end of 2018, says producer

Meat grown in a laboratory could be on restaurant menus by the end of the year, one manufacturer has claimed.

In vitro animal products, sometimes referred to as “clean meat”, are made from stem cells harvested via biopsy from living livestock, which are then grown in a lab over a number of weeks.

Some environmentalists believe the process could be the key to reducing global warming, with one study predicting it could lower harmful greenhouse emissions by 96 per cent. (snip)

Chicken nuggets, sausage and foie gras created using the technique could be served in restaurants in the US and Asia “before the end of 2018”, he told CNN.

No thanks!, But, apparently so will, in theory

But one recent study revealed one third of Americans would be willing to eat clean meat regularly or as a replacement for farmed meat.

Um, see, this is why we call the media biased. 31.1 would be definitely willing to try, 34.2% would probably try. On 7.2% would be definately willing to have it to replace farm grown meat, and 24.3% would probably be willing to do so.

Anyhow, here’s your thing, Warmists! Get to it!

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2 Responses to “Who’s Up For Lab Grown Clean Meat To Stop ‘Climate Change’?”

  1. Jeffery says:

    “… it’s people. Soylent Green is made out of people.”

  2. Jeffery says:

    Whether it’s a smoked brisket, a ribeye or a pork steak (it’s a St. Louis thing), the key to good meat is good fat. They better be able to make a fatty streak that melts in your mouth, or that “crisps up” on the grill.

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