Happy Thursday. The world's largest lab grown steak was just unveiled by an Israeli company. The steak is made of real muscle and fat cells that were pulled from a real cow. Living stem cells were then used in the company’s 3D printer to produce the steak. Would you eat this?
credit: meatech 3d
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