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Scientists Create Meat from Human Cells But Claim It’s Not Cannibalism

Melanie Wong | Dec 15, 202008:29 PM     19

" . . . The team sees growing Ourboros Steaks as do-it-yourself project – not-cannibals will be able to buy a DIY kit containing swabs for collecting cheek cells, pre-grown scaffolds made from mushroom mycelium for growing them, human serum for feeding them and instructions on the proper temperature for growing them (like a warm oven) for three months until you have your tray of human amuse-bouche. . . "

Scientists Create Meat from Human Cells But Claim It's Not Cannibalism Mysterious Universe

An Ottawa company develops lab-grown human meat which it claims is not cannibalism and sees selling DIY kits for growing your own self-steaks at home.

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