3D-Printed Meatless “Steaks” from Redefine Meat

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Chef Asaf Granit visits Redefine Meat to cook with their meatless “steak”, Alt-Steak, and learn about their food 3D printing technology. The company claims to be able to 3D print 50 meatless “steaks” per hour.

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