Friday, June 17, 2011

Coming to the chow hall of the future

A Japanese scientist has figured out how to process fecal waste, mix it with soy meal and spices, and create artificial meat.  Apparently Japan has a problem with what to do with their waste. At the moment, the cost per pound is significantly more than one would pay for beef in the supermarket.  So thank the Lord for small favors.  If it was cheaper, how quickly do you think Army chow halls and public school lunch rooms would be installing these little wonders of modern science?

"Well Johnny, today we're having crap-burgers, macaroni-and-cheese, boiled peas, and milk.  Now doesn't that sound delicious and nutricious!"


KurtP said...

You- uh, want some SOS soldier?

DaddyBear said...

That would be ironic, wouldn't it?

Peter said...

You mean that wasn't what the chow hall served during my basic training???

Peter said...

Also probably the source of the famous complaint and retort during basic training:

"Sergeant, the food in this chow hall ain't fit for human consumption!"

"Of course it ain't! It's for recruits, not humans!"


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