Sounds disgusting, doesn't it? Technically, it's in-vitro meat, grown from stem cells to create muscle tissue. Supposedly these new meat strips most resemble calamari, but are actually beef. From an environmental standpoint, lab-grown meat would eliminate the carbon footprint normally associated with raising cattle, and, also, ethical concerns about factory farming. Unfortunately, the researchers who created the product say that at this stage, a hamburger would cost roughly $350,000 to make. But they contend that it’s just a first step in the right direction.