Skip to comments.POOP BURGER: Japanese Researchers Create Artificial Meat From Human Feces
Posted on 06/15/2011 4:30:02 PM PDT by GraceG
Lori Zimmer POOP BURGER: Japanese Researcher Creates Artificial Meat From Human Feces by Lori Zimmer, 06/15/11 filed under: News, Poo Power!, Recycled Materials
recycled human excrement, turd burgers, poop burgers, meat alternative, Environmental Assessment Center, Japan, Mitsyuki Ikeda, greenhouse gas emissions, meat packing industry, methane, vegetarianism
Some hardcore carnivores have a hard time finding meat alternatives such as soy protein or tofu burgers to be palatable. But non-meat eaters may lose their appetite along with their carnivorous friends over this one a meat alternative made from HUMAN EXCREMENT. Yep, you heard me correctly Japanese scientist Mitsuyuki Ikeda has developed a burger made from soya, steak sauce essence, and protein extracted from human feces. Hit the break for a video explaining the process!
Read more: POOP BURGER: Japanese Researchers Create Artificial Meat From Human Feces | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World
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What’s funny is that there was a jack inthe box ad near the bottom of my page.....
Does it hold together on the grill?
LOL That’s just wrong.
I think I’ve had one of those....
File this under Just Because We Can Do It Doesn’t Mean We Should.
I shudder to think about what the drive-thru window will be like.
A prelude to soylent green?
Now THERE is a challenge for those fressers on the Food and Travel channels!
Um, okay. No.
That quake must have jostled some brains.
Really, your body already rejected that stuff once. What makes you think it wants a second pass?
Has Michelle OK’ed it for the First Family?
this isn’t soylent green, it’s brown-25 from the groove tube.
What’s sicker is that they are also using diarrhea to make chili.
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