Stem cell burger to be sold in London

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Courtesy of The Daily Mail

LONDON, U.K. (KTVI) – A Frankenburger is born.

The Daily Mail reports the world’s first test-tube burger will soon be served in London. The artificial burger was made from 3,000 meat strips grown from stem cells of a cow. The five ounce patty cost nearly $50,000 to produce. The raw meat is described as grey in color with a slippery texture similar to scallop or squid.

Courtesy of The Daily Mail

 

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By: Christina Santiago Turner