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Redefined Meat, an Israeli startup specializing in alternative meat, recently unveiled what it calls the world’s first 3D-printed plant-based steak called Alt-Steak.

 

Using its own patent-pending 3D-printing technology, Redefine Meat has allegedly been able to create a meatless steak that features the appearance, texture, and, most importantly, the taste of the real thing. The company was apparently to achieve all this by working with expert butchers, chefs, food technologists and Swiss flavor company Givaudan. The revolutionary Alt-Steak is created by mixing Redefined Meat’s Alt-Muscle, Alt-Fat, and Alt-Blood plant-based formulations in several layers. The end result is a sustainable, high-protein, cholesterol-free steak that looks, cooks and tastes like real meat.

 

The importance of using precision 3D printing technology to achieve texture, color and flavor—and the combinations between them—cannot be overstated. By using separate formulations for muscle, fat and blood, we can focus on each individual aspect of creating the perfect Alt-Steak product,” Eshchar Ben-<deleted>rit, CEO and Co-Founder of Redefined Meat, said.

 

Since day one of the company, we have been working on creating a tasty and affordable plant-based alternative to steaks, one of the most cherished food products and the driver of the entire meat industry,” the Redefined Meat CEO added. “To enable mass adoption, we knew that creating an alternative meat product that was both high in quality and nutritional composition would require new technologies and production processes never seen before in the food industry.”

 

Alt-Steak is described as an “extremely complicated food” where protein, fats, natural colors and flavors and more are arranged in a precise manner to make them perform like the equivalent elements in a cow’s muscle. However, this alternative meat product comes with the advantage that it can be produced much faster than the real thing.

 

To promote its alternative steak, Redefined Meat recently invited Israeli chef Assaf Granit at its offices for a tasting. Granit said that the taste of Alt-Steak was “almost identical to the original, adding that, in his opinion, eight out of ten people wouldn’t tell the difference between a real steak and an Alt-Steak.

 

Redefined Meat produces both the 3D printers and the edible “inks” required to “print” alternative meat products, which it aims to sell to meat distributors around the world. The inks are made out of plant-based ingredients, proteins from legumes and grains, plant fats, and natural flavors and colors to mimic the juice and blood of an actual steak.

 

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Wonder if it would be more tender and tasty than the 2  Aussie steaks I bought

at Makro last week, tough and tasteless, I keep buying steaks and every time I

am disappointed, the wife says i should just stick to pork or chicken.

anyone for Frankenstein steaks.

regards worgeordie

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1 hour ago, impulse said:

Pretty soon, it'll be just like Star Trek... 

or Soylent Green

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Better than a 3D printed meatless cow I guess.

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On 7/6/2020 at 11:04 PM, Thaivisa Web Content Team said:

Swiss flavor company Givaudan

flavor = MSG or other dirty chemicals found plenty in thai frankenfood found in your 7/11

 

do they have to do clinical trials to see if people get cancer in the long run from this garbage ?

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If it can do a good prime rib then I'll sign up.

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On 7/7/2020 at 1:54 AM, Airalee said:

or Soylent Green

 

soylent green 11.jpg

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On 7/6/2020 at 11:27 PM, worgeordie said:

Wonder if it would be more tender and tasty than the 2  Aussie steaks I bought

at Makro last week, tough and tasteless, I keep buying steaks and every time I

am disappointed, the wife says i should just stick to pork or chicken.

anyone for Frankenstein steaks.

regards worgeordie

Yep forget about buying Steak in Los. Tried a few supposedly Imported  Aus steak and top notch Thai steak. 

Like cardboard,Dry and tasteless nearly broke my teeth on the stuff. 

Tried it in the Slow cooker Same effect. The dog wouldn't even eat it. 

Listen to the Lady mate. 

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1 minute ago, digger70 said:

Yep forget about buying Steak in Los. Tried a few supposedly Imported  Aus steak and top notch Thai steak. 

Like cardboard,Dry and tasteless nearly broke my teeth on the stuff. 

Tried it in the Slow cooker Same effect. The dog wouldn't even eat it. 

Listen to the Lady mate. 

sorry you dont have access to proper shopping.

 

plenty of options here in bangkok at a variety of prices.

 

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13 minutes ago, n00dle said:

sorry you dont have access to proper shopping.

 

plenty of options here in bangkok at a variety of prices.

 

Yea I did hear about that one could find a Decent steak up there . 

but I ain't gonna travel 200K round trip for a steak that has to be  Proven  good before I buy it.

We can do without it no probs .  I never eat steak when I grew up in the Netherlands . 

Only Pork ,Chicken ,duck, Geese, Rabbit , Hare, Pigeon, Pheasant ,and Horse meat. 

Eat some Kangaroo, Deer, Turtle,  and lots off Beef whilst living in Aus

Would love to get some Horse Meat Much better than Steak.

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Photo from link - 3D printed plant steak:-

 

Redefined-Meat-Alt-Steak2.jpg

 

How yummy does that look??? Personally, yuck!!!

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What sort of a person would actually eat that stuff?

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7 hours ago, digger70 said:

Yea I did hear about that one could find a Decent steak up there . 

but I ain't gonna travel 200K round trip for a steak that has to be  Proven  good before I buy it.

We can do without it no probs .  I never eat steak when I grew up in the Netherlands . 

Only Pork ,Chicken ,duck, Geese, Rabbit , Hare, Pigeon, Pheasant ,and Horse meat. 

Eat some Kangaroo, Deer, Turtle,  and lots off Beef whilst living in Aus

Would love to get some Horse Meat Much better than Steak.

There are also plenty of places online that deliver excellent qualty meats.

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