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Lab-Grown Meat is Coming to Your Fridge This Year

From grass-fed to electricity-fed

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When our ancestors first started to eat meat two million years ago, they didn’t do it out of pleasure. Earth was too hot for vegetation to grow, leaving survivors with only one option: the rotten animal bodies they found lying across the savanna. It was ugly but necessary.




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