X-Prize for animal-free meat

by Terry 4/28/2008 9:42:00 AM

PETA Offers $1 Million Reward to First to Make In Vitro Meat
<snip>Scientists around the world are researching or seeking the funds to research ways to produce meat in the laboratory—without killing any animals.</snip>

I bet this would produce really good veal. Of course this is to reduce the general cruelty of slaughtering “40 billion chickens, fish, pigs and cows” in the United States. This begs the question, what to do with all the animals? I guess there will be a demand on neutering.

The end of the article, while not intending so, I am sure, has a sweet bit of irony.

<snip>Judging of taste and texture will be performed by a panel of 10 PETA judges, who will sample the in vitro chicken prepared using a fried "chicken" recipe from VegCooking.com.</snip>

Is it right to have vegetarian judges using a vegetarian recipe rate a meat dish? I would go for the executive of Tyson Chicken as judges.

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