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# 1 bacon
01-03-2013, 08:11 AM
Health is irrelevant. Fat is irrelevant. Your tasteless chicken and droll organic material will be added to our awesomeness. Become one with the Bacon. Resistance is futile.

Wouldn't it be awesome if Star Trek had one of the bad guy empires as a bacon-worshipping cult? LOL
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# 2
01-03-2013, 08:32 AM
I wonder if replicated bacon would be kosher...
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# 3
01-03-2013, 08:38 AM
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I wonder if replicated bacon would be kosher...
There is not enough faces nor enough palms to facepalm this comment enough...

Marcus, you should be ashamed of yourself
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# 4
01-03-2013, 08:43 AM
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There is not enough faces nor enough palms to facepalm this comment enough...

Marcus, you should be ashamed of yourself
Ashamed?? I need to know if I could order a ham, pepperoni and sausage sandwich from a replicator and keep kosher
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# 5
01-03-2013, 08:44 AM
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Ashamed?? I need to know if I could order a ham, pepperoni and sausage sandwich from a replicator and keep kosher
Hmmm... it'll not be replicated, but now I know what I'm having for tea tonight... Thanks
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# 6
01-03-2013, 08:47 AM
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There is not enough faces nor enough palms to facepalm this comment enough...

Marcus, you should be ashamed of yourself
Better yet, would a vegetarian/vegan be able to eat replicated bacon? Technically it is matter dematerialized and rematerialized in another form. So bacon from a replicator could come from solely plants not animals.

I might be confusing the definition of "vegetarian" but using replicators to make food changes diet restrictions that are based upon what the food is made from.
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# 7
01-03-2013, 08:47 AM
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Hmmm... it'll not be replicated, but now I know what I'm having for tea tonight... Thanks
Any time Don't forget a little ketchup, or even a cheese slice for that added extra
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# 8
01-03-2013, 08:47 AM
I think I'd prefer it from the local Klingon Targ meat market, sliced thick and hickory smoked.
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# 9
01-03-2013, 08:50 AM
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Any time Don't forget a little ketchup, or even a cheese slice for that added extra
Might add an egg or two for good measure

I suppose replicated bacon couldn't be classed as meat, but do you not think in Star Trek's utopian society all the vegetarians and associated offshoots have been wiped out by now?
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# 10
01-03-2013, 08:50 AM
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Better yet, would a vegetarian/vegan be able to eat replicated bacon? Technically it is matter dematerialized and rematerialized in another form. So bacon from a replicator could come from solely plants not animals.

I might be confusing the definition of "vegetarian" but using replicators to make food changes diet restrictions that are based upon what the food is made from.
This is my thinking also, as the meat is not coming from an animal Of course, those who prefer the textures and flavors of a vegetarian diet to meat might still continue to make such selections
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