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Also, holy cow. nossy Send a noteboard - 22/02/2012 03:39:41 PM
Or unholy cow, I suppose.
I should have known Heston would be in on this:
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Also, holy cow. - 22/02/2012 03:39:41 PM 238 Views
creepy. *NM* - 22/02/2012 03:43:05 PM 17 Views
I'll reserve judgment until someone actually tries it - 22/02/2012 05:54:32 PM 66 Views
Does this solve the problem for the "cruelty to animals" vegetarians? *NM* - 22/02/2012 06:27:17 PM 22 Views
Well, it did say PETA was in favor? - 22/02/2012 06:53:53 PM 60 Views
Why wouldn't it? And as the article says, PETA endorses this *NM* - 22/02/2012 06:54:13 PM 20 Views
I win. *NM* - 22/02/2012 06:58:49 PM 26 Views
Just barely *NM* - 22/02/2012 07:14:30 PM 17 Views
Potentially a great idea. I'd love to hear more about it - 22/02/2012 06:51:55 PM 81 Views
The idea is that it'll become cheaper and more efficient in the future - 22/02/2012 07:44:33 PM 56 Views
It's CATTLE! Soylent Beef® is made out of cattle! - 22/02/2012 06:53:12 PM 50 Views
This feels like it's going in the wrong direction. - 22/02/2012 07:27:17 PM 62 Views
... well, then. This causes a problem. - 22/02/2012 07:39:07 PM 62 Views
Leather *NM* - 22/02/2012 07:48:34 PM 26 Views
Nah. Too stringy. *NM* - 22/02/2012 10:04:25 PM 19 Views
I'll take my burgers from real cows, thanks. - 23/02/2012 12:21:01 AM 60 Views
*wince* as good as it tastes.. - 23/02/2012 12:47:01 AM 60 Views
One idea I heard... - 23/02/2012 03:23:35 AM 82 Views
it's quite accurate. self-grinding is a much safer way to go! - 23/02/2012 02:03:47 PM 82 Views
Your life is banal and devoid of meaning! - 23/02/2012 04:05:18 AM 83 Views
there certainly is and there are many foods I take risks with. - 23/02/2012 02:02:08 PM 84 Views
No. - 23/02/2012 01:50:10 PM 67 Views
of course it does. I mean, look at the success of fast food burgers *NM* - 23/02/2012 02:07:08 PM 16 Views
Wow, I never even heard of NOT cooking the burger through - 23/02/2012 02:35:31 PM 50 Views

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