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    A delicacy for cannibals: created a burger with the taste of human meat

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    Hamburgers with the taste of human meat were released by the Swedish company Oumph! However, the meat is completely plant-based and was not created at all to promote cannibalism.

    The fake human meat is a product of the Swedish company Oumph and is completely plant-based. / Photo: freepik.com

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    A Swedish plant-based artificial meat company has taken on an unsolicited and redundant task: they recreated the taste of human meat in their hamburgers.

    We also wrote how to replace the air conditioner in the apartment. Plant-based meats have been around for quite some time and are recommended for anyone who wants to forego animal-based meats. Compared to lab-grown meat, plant-based meat is already available for the price and is on sale.

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    The fake human meat was a product of the Swedish company Oumph! during Halloween last year. So the idea behind the concept was not to encourage people to eat other people, but to try plant-based meat.

    That is The company does not offer an alternative to cannibals. Rather, they claim that modern technology allows them to recreate the taste of any meat on the planet. The limited-edition fake human meat experiment was meant to catch the attention of those who had never tasted plant-based meat at all.

    The idea came from an advertising agency in Madrid called LOLA MullenLowe and Oumph! which probably produced the world’s first artificial human meat burger. If the name is still bothering you, the meat is made from soy, mushrooms, wheat protein, vegetable fats and a proprietary blend of spices.

    No one was harmed in the development of this product, the company says in an additional disclaimer.

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    Source: Segodnya

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