The recent surge in interest in Green, healthy, self-grown foods has caused many people to re-think their meals and where they're coming from. And with the recent Farmer Market boom and backyard garden craze sweeping the nation, more people then ever are enjoying the benefits of eating home-grown vegetables and greens.
But what if it was possible to grow other food groups? That's the idea behind a device called the Cocoon Cooker, a sort of crock-pot that uses pre-packaged packs of animal proteins, water, and other basic chemicals to literally 'grow' any kind of meat you can think of.
While the product is little more then an idea now, the possibility on such things becoming commonplace in the future is daunting, but also exciting.