Feb. 23, 2021

EXTRA CHEESE: 3D-Printed Ribeye Steaks

Sarah and Becca chat about the potential downside that comes with eating 30kg of oranges before boarding your flight. Then they discuss a new and exciting innovation in the alt-meat world! 

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Drury, C. (2021). Men suffer mouth ulcers after eating 30 kg of oranges to avoid air port fees. The Independent. Retrieved from: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/oranges-ulcer-airport-kunming-china-b1795131.html

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