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[__ Science __ ] Don’t Want to Eat Cows? Try “Ethical Cannibalism” Instead

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It's pretty likely that there will be a lot of synthetic meat produced in the future. Besides the ethical issues of killing animals, it's potentially less expensive and less energy-consuming.

Don't see an ethical issue with that, but I don't think human meat is a good idea. As Jason suggests, there may be some health issues there, even if you use your own cells to get started. Everyone's cells have a load of human viruses that may or may not be harmful to someone else.
 

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It's pretty likely that there will be a lot of synthetic meat produced in the future. Besides the ethical issues of killing animals, it's potentially less expensive and less energy-consuming.

Don't see an ethical issue with that, but I don't think human meat is a good idea. As Jason suggests, there may be some health issues there, even if you use your own cells to get started. Everyone's cells have a load of human viruses that may or may not be harmful to someone else.
we cull coyotes ,seldom are they are for dinner ,also we cull invasive species .they will still be culled
 

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Coyotes, if they are healthy, are probably edible. For some reason, many people shy away from eating predators. Can't think of a reason why that would be so.
 

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Coyotes, if they are healthy, are probably edible. For some reason, many people shy away from eating predators. Can't think of a reason why that would be so.
gator is good,ate that, shark and a few others .
 

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gator is good,ate that, shark and a few others .
Gator tail roast. Yes, very good. Rib meat tastes slightly fishy to me, but not bad. (I was stationed in Louisiana in the 70s at Barksdale AFB) Shark sushi isn't bad.
 

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Coyotes, if they are healthy, are probably edible. For some reason, many people shy away from eating predators. Can't think of a reason why that would be so.

If you dump enough BBQ sauce on something almost anything is good, lol. No wacko human steak for me, but I'd be down for a coyote bbq if I was hungry enough.
 

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If you dump enough BBQ sauce on something almost anything is good, lol.
I got some seeds for mild Habaneros this year. They just ripened up nicely this week. Love the tangerine-like flavor, but I can't deal with the heat of regular Habeneros. I'm going to make a barbecue sauce of them, using a bit of poblano for just enough heat. Should be great.
 

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Just finished. the flavor is amazing. All that Habenero flavor, but without the flamethrower heat. Used 1/3 of a poblano for heat, which is almost unnoticeable. Mrs. B even likes it. Tomorrow morning slow cooking ribs.

8 small sweet Habeneros, seeded
1/3 poblano pepper no seeds or membrane
1 cup packed dark brown sugar
1/3 cup honey
2 tsp kosher salt
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp powdered mustard
2 cups catsup
2/3 cup apple cider vinegar

In a small food processor, process peppers, cider, salt, onion, garlic and mustard
In saucepan, mix with other ingredients and cool on low for about 1/2 hour.
 
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