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Two food have eaten meat that was grown in a . It is the first time anyone has this. It was part of a $380,000 research run by Google co-founder Sergey Brin. A of scientists at a university in Holland took two months to grow the meat. They stem cells from a cow to grow 20,000 tiny pieces of meat. They salt, egg powder, breadcrumbs and other to make the burger. Mr Brin hopes we will all eat artificial meat in ten years. He wants to stop animals from being for food. He also knows stem-cell meat is better for the .

Two food experts tested the of the beef burger on Monday. An English chef it in sunflower oil and butter. Austrian food scientist Hanni Rutzler said it was "close to " but it "lacked juiciness" and was a little . US writer Josh Schonwald said it was a little dry it had no fat, but was like a burger. He said: "The bite like a conventional hamburger." Many wanted a taste, but there was only burger. Researcher Mark Post said his children would get any leftovers. He said cells taken from one cow could produce 175 burgers.

 


 
 
 

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