James N. Klapthor

Once enjoyed by Brits alone, meat-free meals of the brand name Quorn, made from mycoprotein, have made their way across the Atlantic Ocean, past the East Coast–based news wire services, and are now the interest of science and health reporters in southern California. And Roger Clemens, University of Southern California, was at-the-ready when KABC-TV wanted the skinny on the meat alternative and the properties it brings to consumers. During the September 27 afternoon news, Clemens described to v…

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