Citations:soylent green

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English citations of soylent green

  • 2009, Katherine Darling, Under the Table: Saucy Tales from Culinary School, New York: Atria Books, ISBN 9781416565291:
    Until recently, animal feed was routinely made from the unwanted portions of slaughtered animals (everything from tails to eyeballs, including large portions of the central nervous system), a sort of Soylent Green technique that might cause widespread infection if one infected animal were to enter the food chain.