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A "Star Trek machine" creates fine dining from leftovers?

by Captain_Futuro / August 30, 2012 5:02 PM PDT
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Could be worse than leftovers!
by TubularBells / September 24, 2012 12:46 AM PDT

I once heard a rumor about the Japanese creating artifical meat from feces and sewege sludge! Since they don't have much space to raise cattle (although their Kobe beef is one of the world's finest!) and their people ask for more meat, they look for every opportunity there is to come up with a solution. And one Japanese scientist claimed that feces and sewege sludge still carry some nutrition and can be recycled in a way that they are edible again and somehow tatste like meat. I mean: Yuck! Just the pure thought makes me want to vomit. So food from leftovers might not be so bad after all...

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by DerekRose81 / November 15, 2012 8:53 PM PST

I've never heard about it before. That disgusting Confused

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That seems gross
by TechmoB74 / November 5, 2012 12:47 AM PST

How can you possibly create fine dining from left over. Even if something looks ok to eat, I bet it would taste aweful

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