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Vasaris, the Fuzzy Dragon
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Vasaris, the Fuzzy Dragon [userpic]
Okay, whut?

Dude, what is the point of asking a chef for a vegan/vegetarian restaurant if she'd be willing to use test tube grown beef? For that matter, what is the point of asking three chefs who appear to be anti-meat/anti-science to comment on it? I mean, wow, a breakthrough in the possible future of low impact food production that could potentially feed the world cheaply and we're going to discuss how food should be more expensive to drive demand down? We're not even going to touch, say, whether similar methods might be used for veggies? Really? The only pro-for-the-idea person was the dude who is ex-PETA? Dear MSNBC, I don't expect perfection in journalism. I recognize your bias. But WTF was that?

(Btw, to the jack off who felt the need to whine about the amount of vegetable matter it takes to produce muscle. Please note that herd animals tend to consume vegetable matter humans cannot gain benefit from, often on land that is somewhat marginal for farming things humans can eat. By definition, it doesn't matter what the plant/meat ratio is, because we can't eat the plants anyway.)