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Clean Meat: Slaughter-Free and Sustainable

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Despite the fact that animal agriculture is wreaking havoc in every way imaginable, meat consumption is on the rise. Of course, people can stop eating animal flesh and fluids and choose instead vegetables and plant-based meats and milks, but meat consumption is outpacing the rate at which people are becoming vegetarian and vegan. What if people could have their meat and eat it, too, and not cause the harm inherent in traditional agriculture? Join me today for a discussion about clean meat, the subject and title of Paul Shapiro’s new book, which I’ve dubbed “the best history of the future you’ll ever read.”

(And of course, until cellular agriculture lives up to the hype and hope, there’s always this thing called vegan.)


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