The Babylon Bee hits another one out of the park.
Look out, Beyond Meat -- a new competitor has emerged in the market of turning vegetables into a food that tastes just like meat. But while companies like Beyond Meat use laboratories to turn vegetables into something tasty, this new process uses a much more natural method: feeding the vegetables to a cow.
The startup, which goes by the much simpler brand name of “Meat,” came upon this process after using hundreds of millions of venture capital dollars to research how to turn vegetable products into something delicious that could be used as a burger. “Vegetables are ugly and horrible, and no one likes them,” said Meat researcher Winston Sullivan. “We tried everything to make them edible, but nothing worked -- except maybe covering them in ranch dressing. But then we saw this creature, a cow, was eating the vegetables -- because it was so dumb and didn’t know any better or something -- and somehow afterward it became filled with tasty meat. It was amazing.”
There's more at the link.
I do like a little satire to season my day. The Babylon Bee provides a regular dose. I note, too, that its humor appears to be lost on the dictatorial culture commissars of the left . . . Snopes is trying to label the Babylon Bee as "fake news", apparently because its satire is frequently directed against progressive sacred cows (although it just as often lampoons right-wing holy bovines too). As far as I'm concerned, that's an even greater incentive to read the Bee!