In this chapter I argue that in vitro meat is not the solution to the problem of animal exploitation. Instead of resolving the problem, it exacerbates it because it perpetuates the notion of animals as food. Those who support the project of in vitro meat as a genuine desire to save the environment should consider becoming vegans. Unfortunately, in vitro meat is motivated by corporate profit and has nothing to do with environmental concerns. In vitro meat should not be supported because it alienates humans from nature, making humans dependent on synthetic food, and thus tainting our sense of moderation.