DarkSyd reports on new technology that may allow us to grow a steak in the lab rather than having to raise an animal. But here’s my question: Would it have fat? Fat is a different kind of tissue than muscle, I assume. And steak without fat is shoe leather. Could we grow a ribeye? Or would it just be a piece of generic cow muscle? Inquiring minds — and hungry stomachs — wanna know.
Stem Cell Steak?
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