I do appreciate it. Certain Pinot Noirs from various regions taste, smell and feel unique in your mouth and accentuate a dish differently than others. Well plant production for meat includes things like soybeans and corn. In some cases, this is totally because the winemaker actually conditions with those things, but in plenty of cases, this is actually imparted by the growing conditions. Does it feed insects and birds and support biodiversity? Generally what small time farmers will do is keep cows in pastures that don't have enough food to feed them but do have enough area for them to roam.
My latest terror is the analysis showing how warming is drying plant life due to "vapor pressure deficit". Crop rotation is essential for soil and crop health. If anything, the wetern world is producing too much food, incl. It's why meat is so popular. You'd have to truck in bags of soil to do this, which isn't nearly as efficient as leaving the soil where it is and growing it there. All the poor people.
Dirlewanger 6 months ago [—] It may be easier to grow and great for humans, but reducing it to just that is like the people who want to subsist only on Soylent; it's missing the bigger picture about food. Agree on all counts. Which was also a phenomenon with olive oil by the way. I'd expect a greenhouse in the desert to need an enormous amount of ventilation to prevent overheating.
I started because I wanted to make an impact in food availability. Tobacco is a cash crop, not caloric dense. Quite simply, the energy and capital costs of growing bushel of wheat are more than the bushel price of wheat. The question is "Is the total cost of those high quality food from greenhouse ops cheaper than same quality food from traditional land agriculture? I am definitely not kidding.
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It may be easier to grow and great for humans, but reducing it to just that is like the people who want to subsist only on Soylent; it's missing the bigger picture about food. Vertical farming is great for greens, microgreens, strawberries, herbs and that's about it. This was true for almost all stone-fruit that year, too. MikeTheGreat 6 months ago [—] This is a genuine question - would you mind listing some of those crops?
With good climate controls and procedures I believe mold could be mitigated. MrRiddle 6 months ago [—] I'm having a hard time finding a point in your comment? That said I think lab grown meats look pretty promising. This helped me not only further appreciate their artisan craftmanship, but it also gave greater insight that I would use in my career s later on in 3 separate Industries and allowed me to get opportunities to work under Michelin star chefs and get offers to work in Jame Beard award restaurants as a cook that simply cannot be gained in culinary school, which I completely bypassed to my complete benefit. Hint: they do. Maybe the next step is corn.
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