A dish with “naturally fatty” foie gras, made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, seen at Solides restaurant in Toulouse, France on November 29. Photo: Reuters A dish with “naturally fatty” foie gras, made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, seen at Solides restaurant in Toulouse, France on November 29. Photo: Reuters
A dish with “naturally fatty” foie gras, made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, seen at Solides restaurant in Toulouse, France on November 29. Photo: Reuters

‘Naturally fatty’ foie gras cooked up by French scientists

  • French scientists developed an alternative version that uses bacteria – ingested by the goose as a serum – to stimulate a natural build-up of fat

Topic |   Food and agriculture
A dish with “naturally fatty” foie gras, made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, seen at Solides restaurant in Toulouse, France on November 29. Photo: Reuters A dish with “naturally fatty” foie gras, made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, seen at Solides restaurant in Toulouse, France on November 29. Photo: Reuters
A dish with “naturally fatty” foie gras, made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, seen at Solides restaurant in Toulouse, France on November 29. Photo: Reuters
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