It may look like a real cut of steak, but this is actually a 3D-printed, plant-based alternative by Redefine Meat. It’s available now within select restaurants in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and Israel, the mixture consists of soy / pea protein, chickpeas, beetroot, nutritional yeasts as well as coconut fat that is formed into steak-like shapes using a 3D printer. Read more for two videos and additional information.
The company has worked with about 150 restaurants in Israel stated that the whole cuts will broaden the appeal of alternative meat products that have mostly been limited to ground-beef dishes, such as hamburgers and sausages. These larger whole cuts of alternative meat are more complex to make, but they are still ever evolving, as each batch they make is five times larger than the previous one.
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We believe Alt-Meat should taste as good as animal meat – simple as that. Redefine Meat has achieved that with every product it has put to the test, transitioning the Alt-Meat conversation from health and sustainability and the view that ‘this is really close’ to ‘wow this meat is super delicious’. The incredible results of the food truck exemplify this,” said Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, CEO and Co-Founder of Redefine Meat.