Clean Meat – Paul Shapiro

Dining with Donald

In my last post, on James McWilliams’s Eating PromiscuouslyI mentioned that when it came to the subject of eating clean or in vitro, meat he seemed to dismiss it’s potential out of hand. I found that stance rather surprising because I was also reading Clean Meat, by Paul Shapiro, formerly an executive with  the Humane Society of the United States.

Clean Meat cover photo Clean Meat dust jacket shot.

Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the Worldasks us to imagine a world, where the meat we eat, doesn’t come from animals raised on farms, but rather is created in laboratories. The book is primarily a history of the developments in a new and potentially lucrative industry. Throughout the book we are introduced to figures who are attempting to find new and cruelty-free ways to feed the planet.

There’s a lot of science…

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