The following Video erklärt uns ziemlich gut und leicht verständlich, wie man genau Fleisch im Labor züchtet und sagt uns auch, dass es vermutlich sehr bald sehr viel günstiger sein wird, where it is not yet comparable to conventionally produced meat quality. but which is already, it is actually assumed. Und wenn es dann eh günstiger als normales Fleisch ist, we will have anyway sometime forgotten, tastes like fresh meat of a cow.

However, already put me there several questions: Is this actually vegan, assuming, dass Veganismus eher daher rührt, Animals not wanting to exploit? Könnte man auf diesem Wege auch Pandafleisch probieren? Or Human? Or even extinct animals, unless you somehow comes to the raw materials? I think it's currently also very exciting, if meat be substituted by products from insects. Ob sich beides irgendwie ergänzt? Especially since the WHO says, one should prefer more insects Eating. Vermutlich müsste man es an der Stelle wirklich aufrechnen, welche Methoden nun wirklich weniger Wasser und Boden benötigen. Is that the classic meat production in large companies work so much longer, is probably clear…

Traditional farming of animals, especially of cattle, requires a large amount of water and land. According to a 2011 study published in Environmental Science & technology, cultured — or lab-grown — meat can “potentially be produced with up to 96 percent lower greenhouse gas emissions,” 99 percent lower land use, and 96 percent lower water use than traditional cattle.

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The Meat of the Future: How Lab-Grown Meat Is Made