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If a man approaches you on the street and says, “Wanna buy a Cornish Game Hen?” and opens his trench coat to reveal raw poultry and steak dangling from the lining, don’t buy it, because that meat is hot! A bandit gourmand broke into three delivery trucks in Midtown on February 26th and 27th, DNAinfo […]

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A year since the presentation of the World’s first lab grown hamburger, here comes the In Vitro Meat Cookbook. Using the format of the cookbook as a storytelling medium, the In Vitro Meat Cookbook is a visually stunning exploration of the new “food cultures” lab-grown meat might create. This book approaches lab-grown meat not just from a design and […]

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The Templeton Rye Distillery in Iowa is trying to raise pigs that taste like whiskey. Don’t get too upset (or excited). This isn’t some crazy genetic engineering. The pigs won’t even get drunk. The speculative project basically involves feeding the pigs whiskey-making ingredients and hoping for the best. The Spirit Business reports: The pigs will not […]

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Photographer Alex Van Gelder shot these portraits in a slaughterhouse in Benin, West Africa. African butchers don’t use electric saws as Europeans do but cut up the meat by hand which produces a variety of styles. Shot at the open air market, some of the meat is still pink, not entirely dead. On view at Hauser & Wirth […]

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British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper took these photos at the slaughterhouse of Danish Crown, the world’s largest pork exporter. They’re are brutal. Here’s what he says about the photos, on Dezeen. The reality is that the society we live in craves meat, on a massive scale. Where there is a demand there will be a supply, and […]

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This morning in london, the first burger made from “Cultured Beef” was cooked and eaten by Chicago author Josh Schonwald and Austrian food researcher Hanni Rützler. Grown in a petri-dish using real flesh cells harvested from a cow and a “nutrient solution” of amino acids, minerals, sugars and fats, the in-vitro beef was pan-fried and burgered, […]

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At an event in London this year, a man named Max Post will debut a hamburger grown from beef stem cells that cost a staggering $325,000 to produce. The New York Times does a good job covering the process and potential for positive environmental impact, but we’d like to know a little more about what the thing […]

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Mmm, MEAT. Bloody, succulent MEAT. Indulge your inner savage at “Meat Form,” a solo exhibition by artist Brion Nuda Rosch that’s opening tonight at The Peanut Gallery, the micro-space inside the office compound ANIMAL shares with Mother New York. Consisting of a compact collection of collage-based works and a massive public billboard, “Meat Form” explores […]

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There’s a meatpacking plant in Vernon, California with an absurd mural outside: happy pigs frolic in pastures, chomping on grass and rocking Dodgers caps, living in totally peaceful coexistence with their benevolent overlords. Streetwear brand the Hundreds, which recently moved its offices and warehouse to the L.A. suburb, decided to retaliate by painting a mural of […]

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The idea of growing a piece of meat in a lab, without an animal, is sure to make a few readers gag–and understandably so. But when considered against the monumental environmental (not to mention ethical) impact of factory farming, 3D-printed hamburgers and pork chops slowly become more appealing. In the above lecture from Solve for […]

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