Cell Based Meat


Noe bravo, contributor

Cell based meat is meat grown outside the animals body. Let me explain, first scientist take a peace of fur or a feather to get the animals cells, next they take the cells and put it under a microscope. They feed the cells the right nutrients for the cell to grow, depending on the animal the cell comes from. They give the cell the food that the animal needs to grow, then the cell grows into meat. There are no antibiotics needed. This method of getting meat in no way harms the animal and there’s no need to breed more animals. This meat is more clean than the meat that comes from industrial farms.

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