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 Yummy. Who wants a steak? 

Would you eat a poop steak?
Yes 33%  33%  [ 3 ]
No 67%  67%  [ 6 ]
I already have 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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 Yummy. Who wants a steak? 
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Post Re: Yummy. Who wants a steak?
Or you could call it bacteria based protein. They are just using the bacteria that are in sewage not the sewage itself. Once they've isolated them they can extract what they need to create the protein. This is is why I said "poop steak" was actually a stretch.

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lets just say unless I dive deep down in the poverty hole, I will NEVER be that progressive.

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Or you could call it bacteria based protein. They are just using the bacteria that are in sewage not the sewage itself. Once they've isolated them they can extract what they need to create the protein. This is is why I said "poop steak" was actually a stretch.


I'd rather be creating said bacteria based protein from the meat of the cow, rather than eating someone else's formulated bacteria based protein.

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m2karateman wrote:
steensn wrote:
Or you could call it bacteria based protein. They are just using the bacteria that are in sewage not the sewage itself. Once they've isolated them they can extract what they need to create the protein. This is is why I said "poop steak" was actually a stretch.


I'd rather be creating said bacteria based protein from the meat of the cow, rather than eating someone else's formulated bacteria based protein.


Probably taste better... and you likely will have that option. For those who don't, this might be a great alternative.

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steensn wrote:
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steensn wrote:
Or you could call it bacteria based protein. They are just using the bacteria that are in sewage not the sewage itself. Once they've isolated them they can extract what they need to create the protein. This is is why I said "poop steak" was actually a stretch.


I'd rather be creating said bacteria based protein from the meat of the cow, rather than eating someone else's formulated bacteria based protein.


Probably taste better... and you likely will have that option. For those who don't, this might be a great alternative.


I'm not doubting that the science behind this could help on two fronts - putting a somewhat small dent in world hunger, and finding a practical use for matter that was pretty much useless before. But the original question, "would you" is an emphatic no from me at this point in time.

As a secondary question, how much does it cost to extract these proteins? Because, as we all know, if it costs too much, it won't matter. It will have no future in being a viable food source unless science and technology can make it economically feasible.

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June 21st, 2011, 1:10 pm
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Probably expensive now with the intent to work the cost down. No one is going to pay top dollar for this is my guess.

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Just to be on the safe side, you won't find me at Fuji Yama Japanese Steak house anytime soon. LOL.


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If people need to eat, then dog food is not a bad choice.

rather tasty too
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My dog disagrees with you. He'll gladly eat steak, meatloaf, french fries, chicken, or anything else on the kitchen table before consuming Dog Chow or Kibbles & Bits. Hell, I've even seen him eat his own poop, so maybe feces is more tasty than dog food too. :shock:

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slybri19 wrote:
TheRealWags wrote:
steensn wrote:
If people need to eat, then dog food is not a bad choice.

rather tasty too
(dont ask)

My dog disagrees with you. He'll gladly eat steak, meatloaf, french fries, chicken, or anything else on the kitchen table before consuming Dog Chow or Kibbles & Bits. Hell, I've even seen him eat his own poop, so maybe feces is more tasty than dog food too. :shock:

You know, I totally misread that. No, I haven't eaten dog food.

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You know, I totally misread that. No, I haven't eaten dog food.



I assume you thought it said eating Dogs? LOL

Because I have many times told my wife and kids that given the choice between starving to death and eating our pets, I'll eat our pets. LOL.


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BillySims wrote:
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You know, I totally misread that. No, I haven't eaten dog food.



I assume you thought it said eating Dogs? LOL

Because I have many times told my wife and kids that given the choice between starving to death and eating our pets, I'll eat our pets. LOL.

Yup, that's what I thought it said... :oops:

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TheRealWags wrote:
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You know, I totally misread that. No, I haven't eaten dog food.



I assume you thought it said eating Dogs? LOL

Because I have many times told my wife and kids that given the choice between starving to death and eating our pets, I'll eat our pets. LOL.

Yup, that's what I thought it said... :oops:


Well, according to Mel Gibson in the movie The Patriot, "Dog is a fine meal."

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m2karateman wrote:
TheRealWags wrote:
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I assume you thought it said eating Dogs? LOL

Because I have many times told my wife and kids that given the choice between starving to death and eating our pets, I'll eat our pets. LOL.

Yup, that's what I thought it said... :oops:


Well, according to Mel Gibson in the movie The Patriot, "Dog is a fine meal."

Like most anything else, it is, IF cooked properly

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Lots of animals are tasty... we used to give pigs names before we took the rest of them home from the butcher.

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I thought I was the sick freak around here, but you people are now talking about eating dogs. For shame! [-X

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