Just exactly what does this "grant application" accomplish? Finding ways to trick people into thinking they're eating meat by substituting vegetable products? What exactly does this accomplish if the vegetable products are just as good nutrition? Considering, "meat substitute that could be introduced to areas where meat is more difficult to obtain." I'm imagining places where they can't raise animals so they have cans of fake chicken shipped in. Not sure exactly how that is any different than sending them canned chicken or tuna. Is raising cans of fake chicken easier than raising real chickens?
And what's this about "fake chicken that could fool a hen?" Fool a hen exactly how?
Does it walk, talk, and cluck like a chicken? Would a chicken mistake this product for a live chicken?
Or do chickens eat chicken? Would this fool a cannibalistic chicken into thinking it's eating real chicken instead of eating a vegetable fake chicken?
Inquiring minds want to know!