Lobster Meets Lassie
"Typically," the article says, "when lobsters are processed, only the meat from the tail, claws, and knuckles are used.
"'The rest is sent to the landfill or used for lower-end types of applications, like compost,' Cathy Billings of the Lobster Institute explained. 'We wanted to to find a more profitable way for the industry to use that part of the lobster during the processing stages.'"
The Lobster Institute first considered a snack aimed at people. For example: lobster breakfast cereal. But the extracted lobster meal was "mushy, gray, [and] pasty."
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I can certainly think of one event where they would be required eating: the