The Morning Brew: Thursday, 1.17

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A group of European bioethics experts question whether we should clone animals for food. (AFP)

An effort to repeal the state of California's stringent new standards for raw milk. Proponents of raw milk argue that what bacteria might exist in raw milk poses no threat to humans. (San Francisco Chronicle)

An interview with Michael Pollan about his new book, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto, which I've read and will review any day now. (New York Times)

A helpful tip: If you should ever have reason to search for "milk" on Google images while at work, make sure SafeSearch is on. Trust me.

-Ian Froeb

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