Startup Launches New 3D-Printed Steaks That Are Good For The Environment

Meat production is known to have a negative impact on the environment and the best way to reduce it is to stop consuming animal meat. However, it’s easier said than done, especially for those who can’t live without having a juicy steak or a burger once in a while. That’s why, over the years, the alternative meat market has started booming. With many new technologies invented in an attempt to produce a plant-based meat that tastes just as good as the real thing, people are shifting their preferences for environmentally friendly food.

More info: Facebook | redefinemeat.com | Instagram

Listen beautiful relax classics on our Youtube channel.

This Israel-based company is launching the world’s first 3D-printed vegan meat

Image credits: redefinemeat

Recently, one such new technology has intrigued alternative meat lovers. A startup called Redefine Meat introduced its brand new ploy to create 3D-printed meat!

Image credits: Reuters

The Israel-based startup is planning on launching its new product, Alt-Steak, next year.

Image credits: redefinemeat

Image credits: Reuters

The company decided to do something that hasn’t been done before—3d-print vegan meat to mimic the texture, appearance, and flavor of real steaks.

Image credits: Reuters

Image credits: redefinemeat

Alt-steaks are designed to perfectly mimic the muscle structure of beef. After working closely with “meat experts” such as chefs, food technologists, and butchers, Redefine Meat digitally mapped more than 70 different sensory factors to create that juicy, tasty steak.

Image credits: redefinemeat

Listen beautiful relax classics on our Youtube channel.

Image credits: Reuters

The steaks are made out of soy and pea proteins, coconut fat and sunflower oil, natural colors, and flavors. Being plant-based, they are healthier than the real ones as they don’t have cholesterol and are high in protein.

Image credits: Reuters

The beef cuts are soon to be tested in high-end restaurants in Israel and hopefully, they will be available for broader distribution next year.

Source: boredpanda.com

No votes yet.
Please wait...
Loading...