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Thematic Report: Sustainable Table

by SANDIP PAUDEL | 26-12-2019 22:07 recommendations 0

                       Cell based food: Meat


Monthly report for the month of xmas was on food, sustainable obviously. Food yumm yummy everyone prefer it to be the most delicious it could be. Wondered and wished Santa bring, most pleasant gift to you, costing in expense of environment. Mean you are not making fair able choice. Step out from your old conception, build your own way of sustainability where everybody follows you in following day. You may not change the behavioural pattern, habit that is rooted over a decade of period in one day; but if you continue journey of bringing change one day will come when people follows you, and the people who oppose and resist in older days comes by your side. It’s you who must be courageous at time when nobody is in your side; when your ideas, concept, working hit success believe me, everyone including enemies would join your team. I am not planning to be more boring than this by throwing a bunch of motivating and punchy line regarding monthly topic.

                                                 Let me jump into main course of subject. Food; Sustainable food-Had you ever wondered to produce meat without expense or loss of life of animal? Thinking like it’s insane, how could this be possible; no way. Consuming a meat, but it is not an animal. You may have heard already, to those who havenot heard; I will pass you the perfect example of two scientist of Singapore, who spends years researching until they came up with an interesting invention. We have seen the food crisis; unability to produce food enough for the 7 billion people; this could be the solution of growing overpopulation of the earth that’s gonna add on. All they need is one healthy stem cell, that’s it. They take a cell of one healthy animal, grow it with organic nutrient  maintaining in super clean environment. And that’s all it will grow to meat that is ready to consume, without any loss of animal; having to kill an animal or even grow it. This is animal friendly no animal cruelty, no antibiotics, no hormones, and environment friendly as they are using less resources and less energy. This synthesized meat tastes just as good as the real one. It’s is possible to recreate taste, impressive invention. Scientist Dr. Sandhya Sriram and co-scientist have a phd in stem cell biology and spends years researching ways to create healthier food and that’s how they created the world most nutritious and healthiest meat.

Bringing meat to your tables without killing animals.

Idea worth spreading.

Redefine future of meat industry and the world.

Feeding world bringing zero hunger.

 
sgrg

SANDIPPAUDEL

  • Nepal Former E-gen Ambassador SANDIP PAUDEL
 
 

4 Comments

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello sandip

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about Sustainable Table

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Regards,
    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 30-12-2019 01:28

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Sandip

    Thank you for the introduction about the stem cell meat.
    I think this is the invention that can revolutionize the food system of the world.
    However, I wonder if there is any genetic issue about the meat, since it can be seen as intervening in the natural process of producing meat. If there isn't any, I think that this research contains unimaginable potential and worth for further progress.

    Thank you for the informative report!
    Posted 29-12-2019 01:13

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Hey Sandip!
    This is your mentor Lisa.

    I am very happy that finally !! someone brought up this topic on the table the cell meat!
    This is something that many scientists look forward to as the alternative for meat. It is very hard to suddenly decrease the demand for meat as we already have a meat-centered diet culture and habit. Yes, we would have to change our diet eventually but help could always come in handy and many alternatives to meat are suggested as the aids for escaping the meat-based diet. Cell meat if developed well enough, it is expected to satisfy people's taste and also contribute to a sustainable future.
    I wonder what it tastes like! Would it be similar to real meat? What do you think?

    Thanks for such a detailed report :)
    Always enjoy reading from you!
    Posted 27-12-2019 23:26

Himani Chand

  • Himani Chand says :
    Thank you so much Mr. Sandip Paudel for bringing such unique concept of balancing proper diet with balanced intake of meat and going on such deep level if understanding.
    Hope to hear and learn more from you in coming days.
    Posted 27-12-2019 10:42

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