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Israeli startup believes it mastered the art of vegan steaks

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The company’s efforts reportedly match the structural components of meat (the muscle, the fat, myoglobin, and connective tissue), but also promise to nail the flavor.

LUKE DORMEHL: ‘With the number of startups creating everything from shrimps made of specially engineered red algae to hunks of meat crafted out rice, peas, and seaweed, you could be forgiven for thinking that nobody eats a good, old-fashioned dead animal anymore. Adding its name to this growing collective of foodie tech companies is Jet-Eat, an Israeli startup hoping to launch its 3D-printed vegan steak into the world sometime in 2020…

Jet-Eat has developed its own proprietary technology to try and create a 3D-printed vegan “meat” product capable of fooling even the most bloodthirsty of carnivores. The company’s efforts reportedly match the structural components of meat (the muscle, the fat, myoglobin, and connective tissue), but also promise to nail the flavor…

While the No. 1 quality people will be looking for in meat is flavor, cost would likely be in a close second place. To that end, he said that he working to create an affordable product that’s potentially even cheaper than beef from animals… While the amount of competition in this field likely makes it difficult for startups to stand out, it bodes well for consumers’. SOURCE…

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