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It's been done, but it isn't ready to market yet.
Thu Dec 7, 2017 7:04am
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Taste, for one thing, is still an issue:
http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2013/08/first-artificial-burger-gets-tepid-reviews-billionaire-financier-unmasked

Muscle fiber in particular will be an issue because the exercise the animal gets affects the texture and taste of the meat.

We'll probably get there eventually, but IMO, this is still decades away from being commercially viable.

  • What about this as an option.SES, Thu Dec 7 6:55am
    I'm not that familiar with it, but I have read a little about how human cells can be "replicated" (for lack of a better word) to create skin in a laboratory that can then be used as a graft. It... more
    • I wonder if replicating meatEnnui, Thu Dec 7 7:18am
      could weed out the possibly of any disease being transferred from animal to human. (Mad cow for instance???) Also it could eliminate the use of antibiotics. . .maybe? Or hormones? Just a thought. If... more
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