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Thread: Would you eat cloned food (as in animals)?

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    Default Would you eat cloned food (as in animals)?

    The FDA has said it is safe to eat cloned animals. (FDA says cloned animals are OK to eat)

    Would you??
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    At this point, no fucking way. No real reason, except I just have a huge hunch that in oh, 5 yrs or so, the FDA will do a complete reversal and say, nope--its NOT safe to eat afterall ooops!

    Like so many other things...

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    ^^Me, too.

    I don't like to eat the same thing twice, anyway.
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    I really don't trust the FDA these ways so no I would'nt eat cloned animals.

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    Well this to me is more a common sense issue bc the cloned animals never live as long as their more natural counterparts. So do I want to ingest a cow with messed up genes and possibly less natural protection against diseases (ie mad cow etc). Hell no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    ^^Me, too.

    I don't like to eat the same thing twice, anyway.

    Good one.

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    Has anyone shoped at Whole Foods Market before? I think that they raise there own cows and goats. Or at least closely evaluate a company before to sell their food at the speciality meat counters. They have really good food that is fed without chemicals and mass production. I wonder their view on this topic.

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    flesh is flesh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    At this point, no fucking way. No real reason, except I just have a huge hunch that in oh, 5 yrs or so, the FDA will do a complete reversal and say, nope--its NOT safe to eat afterall ooops!

    Like so many other things...
    Exactly! and by then we would all have some incurable disease eating away our brains or something.
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    No way. Never. I'll become vegetarian before I eat cloned meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    ^^Me, too.

    I don't like to eat the same thing twice, anyway.

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    It would be good for the bulimics as they could eat the same things twice and vomit again the same way. (just kidding I don't endorse those kinds of things!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Authority View Post
    I really don't trust the FDA these ways so no I would'nt eat cloned animals.
    Ditto!
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    I fail to see how digesting even wonky, genetically goofy meat could possibly lead to any kind of health problems. your stomach acid reduces most of it core components.

    i'd be more worried about all the chemicals and hormones pumped into said meat than the meat itself.
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    I don't see the point of cloning meat animals. It would be one hell of a lot more expensive than breeding them.

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