Off topic: Where in India are you from?
You use an erroneous definition of staple. Meat is most certainly not a "staple". North Americans "staple" is potatoes. For most Asians the staple is rice and pulse, for South Americans the staple is both potatoes and rice (only because rice production is highly subsidised) but it used to be corn. In Africa, due to high subsidies to corn, it has become the staple food of poor nations.
Personally, I stay away from Staples.
Sounds good except for the tofu...tried it and did not like it.
What is difficult at my house is having picky eaters and I really can't afford to prepare what everyone might eat. I do know I need to make my diet more balanced and cut back on the meat for cost and health reasons.
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Of course there's no need to eat any Frankenfurters.
Not as long as I have tender fundie babies to eat.
Super-size me, Jesus!
Something to think about, cancer cells have an enzyme that seems to do nothing. That by it's self not unusual but when a naturally occurring fungicide is introduced the enzyme is activated and the cancer cell dies(only the cancer cell dies).
This lab grown meat is going to better than millions of years of evolution?
I don't eat meat, and I would not eat lab grown meat either.
I'm not a vegenazi, so I don't mind if others eat meat. I don't mind people hunting either - at least they know exactly where the food comes from. *If* I would eat any meat at all, I'd eat animals that roam free (dear, moose, raindeer etc).