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“The idea of a dish full of duck mince suddenly beginning to twitch and squirm makes me shake my head. What’s making duck bits move if not a brain and nerves? Schulze is used to this reaction. ‘For the past 12,000 years, we’ve assumed that when I say the word ‘meat,’ you think ‘animal,’ he says. ‘Those two ideas are concatenated. We’ve had to decouple them.” From Inc: Why this cardiologist is betting that his lab-grown meat startup can solve the global food crisis.

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