First lab-grown hamburger gets full marks for 'mouth feel'

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A little pale, lacking in juiciness and seasoning, but close your eyes and the synthetic hamburger was 'definitely meat'

All it took was a little butter and sunflower oil and, in less than 10 minutes, the world's most expensive burger, grown from muscle stem cells in a lab, was ready to eat. "I was expecting the texture...

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