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In vitro (cultured meat) - vegtarians and vegans, would you eat it?

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In vitro meat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Meat is animal muscle. The process of developing in vitro meat involves taking muscle cells and applying a protein that helps the cells to grow into large portions of meat.[1] Once the initial cells have been obtained, additional animals would not be needed - akin to the production of yogurt cultures.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_vitro_meat#cite_note-nytimes_2005-4
So - if this type of meat became readily available instead of soy based imitation meats - would it change anyone's vegan/vegetarian thought process or consumption?
 
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