Cake Made from Human Skin

Allison Guy
September 12th 2012

If human skin was made of fondant, that is, and our muscles were made of flour. With the advent of lab-grown meat, the vegetarian Slice cake reminds us that our food doesn't need to be restricted to boring old t-bones and chicken legs. Meat can be knit like scarves, rolled into balls or, yes, grown into multi-tiered cakes. Perhaps a new wedding tradition will be to serve steak-cakes cultured from the bride and groom's own muscle. Think that's disgusting? Just look at what goes into normal chicken nuggets...

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