• SF2K01

    McDonalds has already beaten him to the punch.

  • Anonymous

    McDonalds has already beaten him to the punch.

  • DeepCough

    I’d rather eat a sandwich made from other recycled sandwiches.

  • DeepCough

    I’d rather eat a sandwich made from other recycled sandwiches.

  • Anon

    Professors these days are bored in their job

  • Anon

    Professors these days are bored in their job

  • KxBk6U

    What bothers me is who is funding this research

    • SF2K01

      It’s Japan so I’m guessing the fecalpheliac society.

  • KxBk6U

    What bothers me is who is funding this research

  • GoodDoktorBad

    Newsflash!! Cheese is bacterial excrement. 

    Bacteria consumes milk and “cheese” is the “poop” it excretes as a waste product. 

    Bon Appetite !!

    • SF2K01

      There’s microscopic excrement everywhere, but I think the issue is that it’s our own poop and people aren’t big on that.

      • GoodDoktorBad

        People have been making and eating cheese long before they even knew about bacteria or anything microscopic. If some one invented it just recently and described the process and what cheese really is, they probably would react similarly. The thought of eating excrement, no matter what the source, is obviously and naturally repulsive. 

        To further gross people out, I’ll mention that what people call “toe cheese” or for that matter genital smegma is very similar to cheese that we eat. The bacteria eat the protein, fat, etc in dead skin rather than milk and produce excrement that resembles and smells a lot like some of the more “stinky” cheese.
        It is chemically and biologically very similar.

        Makes you want to go out to buy a pizza, huh?

        • SF2K01

          I’m eating some right now!

          In general I’d just say that people would find a lot of the food making process disgusting, but that’s only because they’re so far removed from their food. As far as your average person goes, I doubt they really think very hard about the fact that it’s not magic that makes their food show up at the super market shrink wrapped and ready to eat. If we had some kind of connection with the origins of food, I think we’d be more willing to settle for the reality behind it.

          • GoodDoktorBad

            I hope you mean pizza….lol

    • quartz99

      For some reason, this grosses me out far less than honey. Honey is bee vomit. I still use honey, don’t get me wrong, but I occasionally have to willfully push away the thought of what I’m actually eating…

      • GoodDoktorBad

        Its easier to picture a bee vomiting than bacteria excreting waste. As they say, “Out of sight, out of mind”

    • http://www.facebook.com/ewop07 Ernest Brown

      There’s a big difference between bacterial excrement and human excrement

  • Anonymous

    Newsflash!! Cheese is bacterial excrement. 

    Bacteria consumes milk and “cheese” is the “poop” it excretes as a waste product. 

    Bon Appetite !!

  • Ronniedobbs

    The Yes Men already this: 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RRDLzxFXjY

  • Ronniedobbs

    The Yes Men already this: 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RRDLzxFXjY

  • Anonymous

    It’s Japan so I’m guessing the fecalpheliac society.

  • Anonymous

    There’s microscopic excrement everywhere, but I think the issue is that it’s our own poop and people aren’t big on that.

  • Anonymous

    People have been making and eating cheese long before they even knew about bacteria or anything microscopic. If some one invented it just recently and described the process and what cheese really is, they probably would react similarly. The thought of eating excrement, no matter what the source, is obviously and naturally repulsive. 

  • Anonymous

    People have been making and eating cheese long before they even knew about bacteria or anything microscopic. If some one invented it just recently and described the process and what cheese really is, they probably would react similarly. The thought of eating excrement, no matter what the source, is obviously and naturally repulsive. 

  • Grooveboss

    they should place their labs closer to the coast 

  • Grooveboss

    they should place their labs closer to the coast 

  • Grooveboss

    they should place their labs closer to the coast 

  • Anonymous

    For some reason, this grosses me out far less than honey. Honey is bee vomit. I still use honey, don’t get me wrong, but I occasionally have to willfully push away the thought of what I’m actually eating…

  • Anonymous

    Its easier to picture a bee vomiting than bacteria excreting waste. As they say, “Out of sight, out of mind”

  • Grooveboss

    umm feed it to pigs not humans. 

  • Grooveboss

    umm feed it to pigs not humans. 

  • Grooveboss

    umm feed it to pigs not humans. 

  • Michael E

    SOYLENT GREEN IS POOPLE!!!!!1!!!11!111

    • Yith

      And so are DUMP-lings.  (Doesn’t it look to you like a dumpling in that video above?)

  • Michael E

    SOYLENT GREEN IS POOPLE!!!!!1!!!11!111

  • Anonymous

    Fuck a Duck. Does this mean we can now feed the world? Has hunger finally been conquered? I can see celebrities selling their feces to the highest bidder, producing grade A high status steak.

  • Guest

    Fuck a Duck. Does this mean we can now feed the world? Has hunger finally been conquered? I can see celebrities selling their feces to the highest bidder, producing grade A high status steak. Eat shit and live.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ewop07 Ernest Brown

    There’s a big difference between bacterial excrement and human excrement

  • Yith

    And so are DUMP-lings.  (Doesn’t it look to you like a dumpling in that video above?)

  • Anonymous

    I’m eating some right now!

    In general I’d just say that people would find a lot of the food making process disgusting, but that’s only because they’re so far removed from their food. As far as your average person goes, I doubt they really think very hard about the fact that it’s not magic that makes their food show up at the super market shrink wrapped and ready to eat. If we had some kind of connection with the origins of food, I think we’d be more willing to settle for the reality behind it.

  • Anonymous

    I hope you mean pizza….lol

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