"They lose weight and if one dies and you don't know when, you must throw it away, ruining your profit." Like me, Lee wrangles with a love for the taste of lobster and crab, and guilt about its welfare.He was joint star (with Fergus Henderson) of the recent excellent Channel 4 documentary Could You Eat An Elephant?Today Buckhaven has brought his machine – a sleek, stainless steel lidded box no bigger than a wine crate – to the Blueprint Café in London, to be tested by chef Jeremy Lee."You never want to hold live lobsters in the fridge," says Lee. Humans have done it since, well, the beginning of history.And pretty much ever since the first caveman realized he was too tired to grill a wooly mammoth after a long day of hunting, other cavemen were willing to do it for him.For ages, I have believed the myth that having no brain, they feel nothing.
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