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Last Sunday, George was joined by Dan Mangan and The Crackling for an intimate conversation and an acoustic performance.
We wanted to find out a little more about how you get to meat (and leather products, for that matter) without slaughtering an animal.
So we asked biological physicist Gabor Forgacs to explain what the deal is with creating meat and leather in a laboratory setting.
Meat and leather, he says, "are tissues that originate from the animal - but in order to have those products, we don't have to have the entire animal."
Meat comes from muscle, and leather from skin. According to Forgacs, scientists are creating the tissue that is used to create those products, without creating (or harming) the animals themselves.
Forgacs was visiting Toronto as part of Ideacity.