Food, Drink, and Everything Inbetween
December 28, 2006 by Matt
December 28, 2006 at 6:26 pm
I am not too keen on the cloning idea AT ALL
burnt sugar says
December 29, 2006 at 7:34 am
the worst part about the cloned meat issue is that the fda says it won’t require notifying of so on the label! Can you believe it? Most people won’t even have a choice…unless you choose to be vegan.
Jennifer Jeffrey says
December 29, 2006 at 1:14 pm
Big sigh re: “FDA gives Cloned Meat Two Thumbs Up!”
Maybe we’ll have to look for labels that says: “This meat is from cows who came from their mamas, not a laboratory bench.”
Rasa Malaysia says
December 29, 2006 at 7:01 pm
I just found your blog through Chubby Hubby’s and am loving it. I will add you to my blogroll and will definitely come back and visit often. Your food pictures are very droolicious!
January 3, 2007 at 4:05 am
I’m not against cloning, but why go to all the effort of cloning just for meat?
As for “lean” try a native Australian – Kangaroo – 98% fat free and a taste that leave beef way behind…
January 11, 2007 at 9:41 pm
Is this the same government that won’t allow us to take medicines (that other 1st world nations have approved) without rigorous testing for years and years (unless they manage to slip through…
“Yes eat the manmade (but generally assumed to be safe) meat product – just because it was made by scientists, doensn’t mean it’s not real beef.” NOT!
Wouldn’t it be cheaper to “make” meat the old fashioned way… isn’t it pretty much free?
Bovine insemination, I think, should also be quite afforadable compared to having some scientists grow cows in a large petrie dish, or something more akin to surrogacy.
I’m sure the non-cloned producers will proudly declare so.
Dare I say that vegetarianism would be cheaper still for us and the planet – 100 loaves of bread vs. 1 pound of meat, and all that.
Cloning Rants aside – love the blog, pictures, writing, the lot. if I could only get the silly RSS feed to work with my browser!