Few days left to Support our Cookbook

November 13th 2013

This summer the first lab grown hamburger was hauled as a more sustainable and animal friendly alternative to today's meat production. Still many people find it a disgusting idea to eat meat from the lab. And rightly so, because before we can decide if we are ever willing to eat meat from the lab, we need to explore the food culture it will bring us.

The In Vitro Meat Cookbook presents speculative lab-grown meat products that might be on your plate one day: knitted steaks, meat ice cream, revived dodo wings, crispy-colorful magic meatballs, meat fruit amuse-bouches, meat paint, beef sushi grown under perfectly controlled lab settings and more.

Our debate-provoking products are innovative as well as uncanny and disturbing. The cookbook will be the ultimate conversation starter on the future of meat. And the perfect present from a vegetarian to a meat lover, or from a meat lover to a vegetarian.

Few days left to support our campaign. Please don't tell us afterwards you were planning to join, but didn't get to it. Indeed, this is a call to action. Support the project today, receive a copy of the cookbook with your name in it, and be part of the future of meat.


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Koert van Mensvoort: Is the artificial womb frankenstein-like symbol of (male) engineers trying to steal the magical womb from women? Or… is it a feminist project and needed to reach through equality between the sexes? I personally lean towards the latter. To me it feels like progress if a girl can tell a guy to carry the womb for a change.

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