Target: University of Maastricht physiologist Mark Post
Goal: Praise Mark Post for successfully developing lab grown meat
University of Maastricht physiologist Mark Post made history when he successfully created the fist lab grown hamburger. The beef was created from stem cells extracted from a cow and grown in culture dishes in a laboratory. Praise Mr. Post for his strong work and dedication in a field that could possibly be the answer to an impending global food crisis.
Since 2008, University of Maastricht physiologist Mark Post has been researching and developing stem cell meat in his laboratory. He recently unveiled his incredible lab grown beef, which proved to be a success among taste testers. Chosen food testers were given a sample of the strikingly authentic beef and were asked for honest feedback. One sampler said “there is quite some intense flavor,” and “the look was quite similar to meat. It has quite a bite,” and “the taste itself was as juicy as meat can be, but different. It tastes like meat, not a meat-substitute like soya or whatever.”
Mark Post’s ingenious creation of stem cell meat could be the answer to the impending global food food crisis. Growing meat in a laboratory could end the current inhumane, unsanitary methods of slaughtering animals, thereby also eliminating de-forestation for farming animals as well as conserving incredible amounts of energy, water, and reducing greenhouse emissions by astounding amounts.
This new meat is the wave of the future. Please commend University of Maastricht physiologist Mark Post for his incredible achievement in the production of lab grown meat.
Dear Mark Post,
I was overjoyed to hear of your success with your ingenious invention of lab grown meat. Your product could provide the answer for many current threats to the environment and humans alike such as global food and water shortages, de-forestation, and increasing greenhouse emissions. Thank you for pioneering this new meat that will surely be the wave of the future.
Your stem cell beef is a huge success in the world of cultured meat. You successfully showed that beef grown from stem cells can be a comparable and tasty alternative to the current methods of meat manufacturing. Your taste testers proved to be pleasantly surprised, making comments like “the look was quite similar to meat. It has quite a bite,” and “the taste itself was as juicy as meat can be, but different. It tastes like meat, not a meat-substitute like soya or whatever.”
Thank you for your strong work and dedication in this futuristic form of food production. Your work will surely help end the global food crisis, cut back on greenhouse emissions, reduce de-forestation, and conserve water and energy sources previously dedicated to slaughtering animals. I look forward to the day when this meat is available for all consumers.
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Photo credit: Moroccan Burger via Food Republic