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Mitloehner studies the emissions of methane from cows. There are now food additives that can reduce it up to 50%. Efficiency of meat production is crucial.
 

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  • Frank Mitloehner
 

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I hope a lot of vegans watch this talk show. The value of meat is that it is a more dense combination of nutrients than can be obtained from a purely plant-based diet.

I was hoping that the kind of meat grown in vats would be sustainable, but lately I saw something showing that it is just as bad for the climate and the meat that grows on hooves.

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