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Meet The New "Meat”

It's #NationalHamburgerDay, but that doesn't mean you have to have a cow. 🐮 These startups are trying to create the Holy Grail of meat substitutes — environmentally-friendly and delicious. 🍔😲

05/28/2019 1:57 PMupdated: 08/06/2020 2:09 PM

10 comments

  • Jahvillani E.
    05/30/2019 06:13

    Tell me y this looks like another new world order skeem the elite has cooked up.

  • Patrick M.
    05/29/2019 04:43

    Sorry, lets just end this discussion now noun noun: meat; plural noun: meats 1.the flesh of an animal (especially a mammal) as food.

  • Nevin S.
    05/28/2019 23:11

    Hey leftards- no wonder your "men" are all cucks

  • Hasan A.
    05/28/2019 21:48

    That's stupid . Like after a couple of years peeps admiring this will be crying and I'll or maybe dead with an unknown desease and the state will just be sorry and the elites will laugh 😍 how wonderful . F.U.progress

  • Teresa L.
    05/28/2019 19:24

    I will take beef, thnks

  • Korey C.
    05/28/2019 17:31

    if everying you kooks say is the "single biggest threat" to the environment, which one of you is lying? is it cows and meat? is it Cars and gas? Is i airplanes? which one is it? loones

  • Bøú C.
    05/28/2019 16:36

    😍

  • Soren J.
    05/28/2019 16:32

    My question is how economically realistic is it for consumers to switch? I mean, ultimately it's ridiculous that people "need" meat or for alternatives to taste similar, however that is where we are at. At the moment the meat industry has successfully lobbied the federal government for mass subsidies that allow their product to be cheap and accessible, regardless of the immense damage that their industry causes the earth and the consumer. If new companies marketing alternative, eco friendly non-meat are going to succeed they will need to be able to create an affordable product. They need to start by working on their own lobbying to gain subsidies and change how the federal law works economically incentivizing food industries. This process is going to take a long time. Maybe a goal of 2035 is actually realistic. It certainly can't be done in the course of a year or even 5. We need more people to change their mindset and work on projects like this though. If we don't our planet is more screwed than it already is...

  • Bruce P.
    05/28/2019 16:29

    Why can't the hamburger have it's own day? Beef! The substitutes can have their own day.

  • Tayyaba H.
    05/28/2019 16:22

    Well! cow is cow 🐄

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