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APR 18, 2014 - The Guardian

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Raise a glass of meat stout to the microbreweries

Giant beer brands such as SABMiller can keep on merging. That leaves more room for local breweries to experiment and thriveThis week, Melissa Earlam of the Swiss banking firm UBS suggested that the global brewing giants AB InBev and SABMiller might at some point merge to create SAB-InBev. Continue reading...

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APR 18, 2014 - The Guardian

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What to cook with leftover lamb

Using up any leftovers from Easter or last week's roast lamb couldn't be easier. Try whizzing it up for a shepherd's pie, in a pilaf, or, for showing off a bit, the moussaka recipe belowLamb leftovers are slightly trickier to use up than beef or chicken. The meat is very fatty, which makes it unctuous and flavoursome when hot, but ...

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APR 18, 2014 - The Guardian

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Please, don't take my dirty lamb kebabs away from me

If we let rampant gastrofication ruin the gloriously dodgy meat content of our kebabs, it'll be Chicken Cottage nextWhen I read this week that lamb kebabs "often contain other meat", I was puzzled. How is that news? Did anyone genuinely think that their local Kebabylon was giving them 100% prime Welsh baby sheep for tea? If so, just what kind ...

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APR 17, 2014 - New York Post

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Americans not into ‘test tube meat’ or ‘robot nannies’

Maybe lab meat isn’t the food of the future. Only 20 percent of Americans are interested in trying meat grown in a lab, according to a new survey from the...

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APR 17, 2014 - The Week

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Americans willing to give driverless cars a chance, but wary of brain implants and lab grown meat

Pew recently released a poll taken in February on Americans' attitudes to three new technologies. And while a small majority are open to traveling in driverless cars — which thus far have proven significantly less accident-prone than human drivers — attitudes towards other innovations like lab-grown meat and brain implants are less favorable:[Pew]For me, the prospect of sitting back and ...

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