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Lab grown meat?

Lab grown meat? You've heard about this, right? But what does meat grown in a lab really entail?

To begin making lab grown meat, you first need muscle cells, which are usually taken from a cow fetus. Then through a lengthy and complicated process using a specific growth medium, a perfect amount of glucose, oxygen, glutamine, soy hydrolysate, and sanitization with deionized water and sodium hydroxide, not to mention specialized equipment like tiny scaffolds for the cells to grow on, bioreactors, an expensive building, and strict temperature controls... Voila, you have meat!

Compare that to a regenerative farm with animals who are well cared for, who eat rotationally grazed pasture grass, who produce complex nutritious meat just by existing. I don't know about you, but I 100% trust nature over literally anything manmade. God knew what he was doing when he created all of us, including the cows!

If you're interested in an excellent in depth look at agriculture and "why well raised meat is good for you and good for the planet," read the book Sacred Cow by Diana Rodgers and Robb Wolf. It is so worth your time and effort!