Skip to comments.'Artificial egg' made from PLANTS backed by Bill Gates set to revolutionize cooking...
Posted on 09/10/2013 8:26:28 PM PDT by yoe
rest of headline....goes on sale at Whole Foods
A radical artificial egg backed by Paypal billionaire Peter Thiel and Bill Gates goes on sale in US supermarkets for the first time today.
Made from plants, it can replace eggs in everything from cakes to mayonnaise - without a chicken ever coming close to the production process.
The team today started selling their plant egg, called Beyond Eggs, in Whole Foods in California - and say it could soon be available in supermarkets worldwide.
We want to take animals out of the equation, said Josh Tetrick, the firms founder. The food industry is begging for innovation, especially where animals are involved - it is a broken industry.
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This has agenda 21 written all over it.
Can you make it sunny side up?
What happens if you try to hatch it?
They’ve been able to do so, already.
This is just more eco-tyranny.
Bring on the bacon.
I’m glad that you recognized it. Not too many do.
If it is the same price and tastes the same .....
Impossible to improve on the egg.
I’ll believe it when I hear Gordon Ramsay say it.
What happens when the plant egg crashes? Is it re-bootable?
Now that is genius!
Y’know, I tried turkey bacon one time. Yikes! That stuff had so much salt in it, I can’t imagine how it could have been healthier than the real thing (which is far more delicious anyway).
I’ll take my eggs from chickens.
But if you have a God complex (like I surmise Gates does) you’d surely make an attempt.
Well, if there’s a market for it, and people are willing to pay for it, so be it. I’m going to stick to the natural thing, but if these guys can turn a profit, more power to them.
How much will these vege-eggs cost? Can you get them over easy?
Remember when soy meal was going to replace ground beef?
There is one. Websearch drumstick tree. Disclosure, while I like vegetables, I find they taste better with a little meat.
If it is like anything else that Microslop ever developed, it must have at least 25,000 bugs in it..........
egg, something that needs no alternative
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