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Hmm, hmm, gourmet steak grown in a test tube at Harvard Medical School

Some people make a huge deal out of only eating “Grass Fed” or “Free Range” meats. It’s become a sort of status symbol in some circles. But what can top those varieties? Try “Test Tube” grown steak. Yeah, it’s beyond organic and was actually never fed anything because it was never actually alive. Grown straight from pre-natal sheep cells, this is truly “Victimless Meat” thanks to the Tissue Engineering & Organ Fabrication Laboratory at Harvard Medical School.

Check out the art installation made from the food here.

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