If you go to the right restaurant, you can eat shrimp or octopus that's still alive and moving, but that's not to everyone's taste. Minsu Kim, a student at the Royal College of Art, has a more refined idea. Inspired by synthetic bio projects like this artificial jellyfish powered by cells from a rat's heart, Kim envisions a custom-engineered living meal that waves, wriggles, and inflates like an alien organism.
I would eat that.
That is the most disgustingly horrific idea to grace the culinary sciences since the burger that used fats and proteins from treated sewage.
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Gollum from Lord of the Rings, really appreciated eating his fish live and wiggly. I am sure he would appreciate this too. ;)
To the author: Can you imagine for one moment the horror and unthinkable pain of having your appendages slowly grinded away moments before your excruciatingly painful death. It is bad enough that creatures are killed for food (imagine losing a loved one for the only purpose of being a half-eaten meal), but to eat them alive or to simulate this is sick, and shows either a retarded ability to empathize, or a morbid disregard for the ultimate feelings of another, all for a brief moment of selfish personal pleasure.
I hate this. This is inhuman activities.
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Star Trek fans may remember this line:
"Gagh is always best when served live"