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Tasting the World's First Test Tube Burger

August 5, 2013
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The burger was grown in a laboratory with stem cells from dead cattle.

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AP (Aug. 5, 2013) — The world's first test tube burger was cooked and eaten in a demonstration of "cultured beef" technology. Volunteers said it lacked flavor, but its developer hopes lab-grown meat can help the environment and feed a growing population.
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Taste Testing the Lab Grown Burger

Taste Testing the Lab Grown Burger

Reuters (Aug. 5, 2013) — A slice of history is served up as the world's first test-tube burger, made from lab-grown meat, is cooked and eaten in London. Hayley Platt asks if artificial food will be the answer to food shortages.
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Thomson Reuters Foundation (Apr. 23, 2012) — The plastic tube is 40 cm long and 15 cm wide and there are tiny holes on all sides. It looks ordinary enough, but according to scientists, this humble tube could save up to 30 percent of water used in producing rice - a staple food for more than half the world's population and arguably the single biggest user of water on the planet.
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How to Make Cold Brew Coffee

How to Make Cold Brew Coffee

Howdini (June 26, 2014) — Iced coffee is the perfect way to cool down and perk up. Howdini shows you how to cold brew at home for better tasting coffee at a fraction of the cost. Video provided by Howdini
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