In vitro cookbook helps you decide if you're into lab-grown meat

Billy Steele
B. Steele|10.10.14

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In vitro cookbook helps you decide if you're into lab-grown meat

There's no denying that as the world's population continues to grow, we'll need to examine the ways we keep the masses fed. Meat for 9 billion people doesn't seem within the realm of possibility, so Next Nature is looking into sustainable ways to get that protein fix -- including lab-grown proteins. To help you decide whether or not you'd be down to eat in vitro foods on the regular, the outfit has created a cookbook full of possibilities. The In Vitro Meat Cookbook serves up 45 lab-grown recipes that range from the Dodo Nuggets pictured above to Magic Meatballs and See-Through Sashimi. Of course, these aren't real concoctions just yet, but rather food for thought about our culinary future. While the options may look (and sound) kind of gross on the surface, the book itself is quite beautiful and well-designed. For the curious, a copy can be pre-ordered for €24.00 ($30 converted) right here.

Gallery: The In Vitro Meat Cookbook | 5 Photos

  • Dodo Nuggets
  • In Vitro Oysters
  • Magic Meatballs
  • Meat Foam Cocktail
  • See-Through Sashimi
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