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How to Make Sushi That Glows in the Dark

Science may attempt to offer a solution to all of life's problems, but it can have some fun along the way, too. So, if you're not put off by the idea of genetically modified food, here's how to go about making sushi that glows in the dark.


The process is a lot like making normal sushi, except that you'll need to lay your hands on some GloFish—a patented and trademarked brand of genetically modified fluorescent zebra fish. Though they weren't strictly developed for use as meat, they are perfectly safe to eat, and look at the results. I'm sold. [Glowing Sushi]

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I think it is very wrong to call a living creature a product. It is inappropriate.