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Talk about unappetizing recycling fiascos, this goes a long way over the edge. You can eat your Big Mac or Whopper or In and Out burger over and over and over and over and over again in Tokoyo.:)sphss

Good grief, whoever thought of Tom Brown being an actual source of food???????:yikes:

The Japanese gave us Sushi, how about processed sewage mud as a meat substitute:

Now, it's led to the country attempting to find a way to re-use sewage mud.
Since Ikeda determined that the sewage mud was protein-rich, he decided to try to turn it into artificial meat. After processing, the meat is 63 percent proteins, 25 percent carbohydrates, 9 percent minerals, and 3 percent lipids.
Ikeda then added soy protein to give the meat flavor and added artificial coloring. According to Ikeda, people who sampled the meat said it tasted like beef.
To be honest, although the thought of it is probably disgusting to many, this sort of reprocessing of waste is the sort of thing that would have to happen on a moonbase, which has been tossed around as an idea by several countries. Japan would appear to have a leg up on other nations with this sort of development, as stomach turning as it might seem.
Japanese scientist claims can turn excrement into meat substitute - National Technology | Examiner.com
POOP BURGER: Japanese Researchers Create Artificial Meat From Human Feces | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World

Sorry, I'll starve first......:badidea:
 

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Talk about unappetizing recycling fiascos, this goes a long way over the edge. You can eat your Big Mac or Whopper or In and Out burger over and over and over and over and over again in Tokoyo.:)sphss

Good grief, whoever thought of Tom Brown being an actual source of food???????:yikes:

The Japanese gave us Sushi, how about processed sewage mud as a meat substitute:


Japanese scientist claims can turn excrement into meat substitute - National Technology | Examiner.com
POOP BURGER: Japanese Researchers Create Artificial Meat From Human Feces | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World

Sorry, I'll starve first......:badidea:


Brings new meaning to "shit on a shingle" :D
 

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They recycle the water we flush down the toilet back to the tap.

Not really all that far reaching.

I'm still not ready for a shit sandwich... Just sayin' :)hand
 

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Nothing like a little recycled spread on your burger.

Extra catchup?
 

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Nothing like a little recycled spread on your burger.

Extra catchup?
He didn't say they were recycling menstrual blood.


As the global population increases, we are going to shift increasingly to synthetic food sources. Right now, recycled excrement accosts our sensibilities but once we get used to it, people will stop thinking about it.

Some animals, particularly poultry, are routinely fed their own feces and it isn't synthesized into something else. Instead, they just mix it in with the new feed. The issue is the inability of the animals to efficiently extract protein from their food. To combat this, they get several opportunities at the same nutrients.

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Nothing like a little recycled spread on your burger.

Extra catchup?
Mike......I don't think they can make enough catsup to remove the stigma of a turd burger. Folks just thought Ostrich burgers produced an unappetizingly bad image. "Big Bird" vs "An 8" Deuce".....Yuk, no contest.:)sphss
 

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He didn't say they were recycling menstrual blood.


As the global population increases, we are going to shift increasingly to synthetic food sources. Right now, recycled excrement accosts our sensibilities but once we get used to it, people will stop thinking about it.

Some animals, particularly poultry, are routinely fed their own feces and it isn't synthesized into something else. Instead, they just mix it in with the new feed. The issue is the inability of the animals to efficiently extract protein from their food. To combat this, they get several opportunities at the same nutrients.

:)
This kind of crap will sell more ammo than obama ever did.....:)
 

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He didn't say they were recycling menstrual blood.


As the global population increases, we are going to shift increasingly to synthetic food sources. Right now, recycled excrement accosts our sensibilities but once we get used to it, people will stop thinking about it.

Some animals, particularly poultry, are routinely fed their own feces and it isn't synthesized into something else. Instead, they just mix it in with the new feed. The issue is the inability of the animals to efficiently extract protein from their food. To combat this, they get several opportunities at the same nutrients.

:)
Lovely. Multiple opportunities. Friggin Canatards.
 

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He didn't say they were recycling menstrual blood.


As the global population increases, we are going to shift increasingly to synthetic food sources. Right now, recycled excrement accosts our sensibilities but once we get used to it, people will stop thinking about it.

Some animals, particularly poultry, are routinely fed their own feces and it isn't synthesized into something else. Instead, they just mix it in with the new feed. The issue is the inability of the animals to efficiently extract protein from their food. To combat this, they get several opportunities at the same nutrients.

:)
So Brown are you going to write a receipe book for recycled meals? Maybe the Food Network's Iron Chef challenge will use it as the "secret ingredient" and we can see just how creative Bobby Flay can get.....:)sphss
 

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Technically, we all eat recycled food. It just has been through more natural processes first, so it doesn't offend the delicate sensibilities of those who might get the vapors over the thought:D

For city folk, it is a short journey, those in rural areas have a longer process, but it still exists. Los Angeles sewer plant dries the solid materials (the liquids evaporate so we can breathe them almost right away), takes those solids and deposits them on farm lands in Kern County, where hay is grown. Hay is fed to cows for beef and dairy that we all eat. The nutrients are the nutrients, and they've been recycling for centuries, millenia, even.:)grn

Through the natural food process you could see your burger molecules back in less than a year, and as a burger again.:)sphss

If you have that "sensitive stomach", here's an even better thought - some of the most sought after delicacies are shrimp, lobster, clams, oysters, all the shelled critters. They are filter feeders and bottom feeders, literally short-cutting the food recycling process to one step. Your kid takes a dump in the ocean, the lobster eats it, you eat the lobster. The smaller particles are filtered out by the bivalves (two-shelled animals like oysters), and you eat them, too.

Seafood, anyone?:)bulb
 

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I think this is an evil vegetarian plot. And so far it's working.

So Brown are you going to write a receipe book for recycled meals?
Look no further than Moosehead beer.
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- some of the most sought after delicacies are shrimp, lobster, clams, oysters, all the shelled critters. They are filter feeders and bottom feeders, literally short-cutting the food recycling process to one step. Your kid takes a dump in the ocean, the lobster eats it, you eat the lobster.
Right, that's why we used to feed lobsters to slaves. :D
 
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