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zez: I wonder if they are comparing them against the cheap "pink slime" formed ones or those that are battered pieces of cut up chicken.
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Greil: zez: I wonder if they are comparing them against the cheap "pink slime" formed ones or those that are battered pieces of cut up chicken.That's really the crux of the issue isn't it? Mcdonald's chicken nuggets might involve chicken as an original ingredient but by the time it reaches the customer it's mostly just fried protein mash. I could easily see a plant based alternative arising and being popular.However, I just don't see plants becoming a chicken sandwich anytime soon. Lab grown meat is a much more likely alternative IMO. Dunno what the carbon impact would be.
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cousin-merle: For comparison, the base version of the Gardein chicken patties, which are still being sold. The Ultimate ones are expensive, but the pictures should be enough to convey why.[gardein.com image 500x500]