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(Interesting Engineering)   Take this bread and eat it, it is my body. It is literally my body   (interestingengineering.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Metabolism, vital human trait, Organism, Cell, Yeast, Enzyme, Glycolysis, yeast cell  
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2022-08-08 2:35:04 PM  
Soylent Pita and Dinner Rolls?

Soylent Pizza?
 
2022-08-08 3:28:40 PM  
The reason we eat bread to symbolize Jesus's body is because Jesus spent a lot of his time loafing around.
 
2022-08-08 3:36:06 PM  
Mmmm, tastes like grandma!
 
2022-08-08 3:37:02 PM  
C'mon, you're just one step away from making the Eucharist metal enough to pull me back to mass.
 
2022-08-08 3:52:15 PM  
I have ... many questions.  But it sounds like the goal is to isolate specific metabolic pathways in simple organisms to facilitate cancer mitigation research.

Wild.
 
2022-08-08 4:21:36 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Soylent Pita and Dinner Rolls?

Soylent Pizza?


Soylent Cola?

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2022-08-08 4:32:07 PM  
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2022-08-08 4:44:00 PM  
I can't wait for human muscle beer
 
2022-08-08 8:36:07 PM  
Yeast cells aren't kosher for Passover, Subby.  It's called the "Feast of Unleavened Bread" for a reason.
 
2022-08-08 9:48:37 PM  
great

now my gin/tonic will get a boner.
 
2022-08-09 12:46:35 AM  
This is the body and blood of our savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. And a damned fine Beaujolais!

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