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Imagine a backyard barbecue where the parents grill burgers and chicken kebabs they’ve grown from single cells using a home meat-making machine. Meanwhile, the kids are transfixed by grandparents’ tales of life in the 20th century, before google was a verb and when meat was brutally carved from animals that looked like their pets.

We’re not there, yet. But raising animals for consumption may soon become obsolete. Scientists have shown it’s possible to produce animal-free beef, chicken, turkey, and fish. The latest example is lab-grown fried chicken, revealed last month by San Francisco-based startup Memphis Meats. Tasters of the product described it simply as chicken, perhaps a little spongier

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A beef burger created by stem cells harvested from a living cow. Simon Dawson / Bloomberg via Getty Images

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https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/innovation/lab-grown-meat-may-save-lot-more-farm-animals-lives-n743091

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