Would you eat 3D-printed meat? 7 vegetarians and vegans reflect

This combines two of our favourite topics: in vitro meat and 3D-printing. The idea is as simple as fascinating: growing the desired tissue in the lab. And because 3D-printers can print complex structures at low costs, you have all kind of meat besides meatloaf. It’s not hard to imagine how a butcher’s shop in thirty years might look like: one or more 3D-printer at the desk, and when a costumer orders something, the buthcer will take a tissue culture and put into the printer. Few minutes later a contend customer leaves the shop.

3 thoughts on “Would you eat 3D-printed meat? 7 vegetarians and vegans reflect”

  1. I think that some food is already made in factories. So what the difference if printed to look and taste well.

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