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Would you eat Lamb grown steak??

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Sorry, it's lab grown, not lamb grown...
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If the labelling was transparent about what's in the lab grown meat then yes. My concern is around what they're using to 'grow' it. I know what goes into grass-fed beef. Food safety priority.
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i don't think so.
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Right now, my answer is no.
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No.
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Probably not. I can't imagine what was used to make it.
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I'd rather eat the real thing. This is artificial.
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Cultured meat may be good for the environment but would it taste as good? I'd be willing to try this.
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I prefer my steaks authentic. Lab grown may be good for the environment but is it really safe?
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If it tastes as good as the real meat then I have no problem eating it.
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Cultured meat will be the future. We might as well accept that.
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I care for the environment and it's about time we came up with something. Greenhouse gases are a huge problem.
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I'd be open to trying it. I'm pretty sure they'd start selling these in supermarkets to see how people respond to it.
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I'd have to eat at some point if it becomes the trend. If people go for this, then farming would take a hit.
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I'm skeptical about the taste of this. I associate cultured with chemicals.
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If it's going to be a lot healthier then why not? I'd want my family to have a really good diet.
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I'm sticking to the meats I know best. Cultured meats just don't sound too appetizing to me.
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Studies show they taste as good as the real thing. I know that's the worry of most people.
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Of course. Steak is steak. If it's as good as real meat then there's no problem at all.
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The health benefits of cultured meats are still not completely clear so I'm not willing to try it yet. I'd rather make sure they're safe.
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