Now You Can Eat Meat Without Killing Animals And I Am Not Joking


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When for the first time I heard this it was like amazing, this is a totally new concept and this news is for every non-vegetarian lovers, eating meat could be a thing of the past, thanks to the fake meat concept. The guy who invented this is Ethan Brown, Founder and CEO of a startup, Beyond Meat and the company manufactures fake meat by using patented technology and plant products, So basically from now you can eat meat without killing of animals.

Now the question Arises why to avoid meat?

  • According to him “Raising livestock is an incredibly inefficient way of producing protein. It takes a lot of lands, a lot of energy, and a lot of water just to generate one pound of meat from an animal. About 30% of the animal is meat we eat; the rest is not useful.”
  • There are many people who are not happy with the way the animals are slaughtered.

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The work Process:

After a research, he found that meat is nothing but the combination of amino acids, fats, carbohydrates, trace minerals and water. So he took the same things from plants and combined them to match the taste, texture, and nutrition of meat(This is really amazing)
Bill-GatesThis Amazing  product caught the attention Of Microsoft Co-founder Bill gates. bill gates wrote in a Blog post that

“Like most people, I don’t think I can be easily fooled. But that’s just what happened when I was asked to taste a chicken taco and tell whether the meat inside was real or fake.

The meat certainly had the look and the smell of chicken. I took a bite and it had the taste and texture of real chicken, too. But I was surprised to learn that there wasn’t an ounce of real chicken it. The ‘meat’ was made entirely of plants. And yet, I couldn’t tell the difference.”

Not only Bill gates, there are many others people who tried this and found the same results. I am also waiting to try this amazing food. I request each and every viewer to post your opinion


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