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Cows can make anything!

The oil fields of tomorrow

The oil fields of tomorrow

Treehugger points us to two stunning, government-funded animal-product innovations: in Japan, “a one-hour heating and pressuring process allows cow faeces to produce vanillin, the main component of the vanilla-bean extract,” and meanwhile on the other side of the world, “a Wisconsin company has successfully tested technology that converts cheese waste into ethanol,” for your new green biodiesel auto.

Obviously both of these processes could be made a lot more efficient, environmentally-friendly, and humane by removing the cow from the equation entirely, not to mention various biohazardous issues. But that wouldn’t subsidize the cow husbandry industry, would it?

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