Disintermediate cows: Simulate a hamburger like the Apollo program
October 1, 2019 12:12 AM Subscribe
Can a Burger Help Solve Climate Change? - "Eating meat creates huge environmental costs. Impossible Foods thinks it has a solution."
They made their burger sustainable: the Impossible Burger requires eighty-seven per cent less water and ninety-six per cent less land than a cowburger, and its production generates eighty-nine per cent less G.H.G. emissions. They made it nutritionally equal to or superior to beef.also btw...
- Is the New Meat Any Better Than the Old Meat? - "The Impossible Whopper and other plant-based burgers are a hit. But are they an improvement for you and the planet?"
- Impossible Burgers Aren't Healthy, and That's the Whole Point - "The goal of taking on a vegetarian or vegan diet, or even just eating less meat, is to support animal welfare and to choose foods whose production contributes less to global warming. A vegetarian diet is not necessarily healthier than an omnivorous diet, and that's OK."
- If Everyone Ate Beans Instead of Beef - "With one dietary change, the U.S. could almost meet greenhouse-gas emission goals."
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