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Tech 2022 trends: Meatless meat, Web 3.0, Big Tech battles

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By Joshua Melvin and Julie Jammot

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Just how green is meatless meat?

What's wrong with consuming local vegetables in their unprocessed state?

Wake up people!

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2022 shouldn’t be about facebook or Web3 or hamburgers…

We need a Covid break through, so it should be about getting back our lives.

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Meatless meat = fake meat.

Look at the list of ingredients:

Water, pea protein*, expeller-pressed canola oil, refined coconut oil, rice protein, natural flavors, dried yeast, cocoa butter, methylcellulose, and less than 1% of potato starch, salt, potassium chloride, beet juice color, apple extract, pomegranate concentrate, sunflower lecithin, vinegar, lemon juice concentrate, vitamins and minerals (zinc sulfate, niacinamide [vitamin B3], pyridoxine hydrochloride [vitamin B6], cyanocobalamin [vitamin B12], calcium pantothenate).

https://www.beyondmeat.com/en-US/products/the-beyond-burger?variant=beyond-burger

Healthy?

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Yes, that fake meat is exactly as healthy as the garbage can it belongs into. lol

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Jonathan Swift had a famous "Modest Proposal" many years ago that may be more relevant today.

Using human based protein, new sources of nutrition could be created utilizing beings currently having a negative impact on society, such as prisoners, homeless, and chronically unemployed people.

Given an ample amount of time and PR campaigns to overcome public revulsion to self-specie sustenance, many exciting gourmet dishes will one day provide all the protein our population craves.

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Now if we can just learn to make fruit and vegetables from meat, there will be celebrations by chemists everywhere. Try the watermelon... it’s really close...

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If I want to eat meat it will come off a pig, cow, chicken, goat or other recently living animal.

Fake meat and "alcohol free" beer are two things I will never buy.

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The impossible burger was not bad, it was missing that certain something, je ne sais quoi.

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Mr KiplingJan. 2  07:12 am JST

If I want to eat meat it will come off a pig, cow, chicken, goat or other recently living animal.

Fake meat and "alcohol free" beer are two things I will never buy.

We are omnivores by nature and evolution, and nobody has the right to shove this veggy/vegan nonsense on us. I am sick and tired of these Orwellian TV media gods shoving their agendas on us.

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I have no idea why some of us see killing + eating a cow or a pig the same as killing + eating a dog and why some of us do not, but I ask that you please give meat alternatives a chance. I understand getting tired of hearing the same thing over + over again, but know that you may very well feel better looking another being in the eye, guilt-free. All animals just want to live their lives in peace. Thank you.

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