One of the most interesting emerging trends revolves around meat-free steaks, burgers, and chicken products. Many ventures are undertaking the difficult task of printing plant-based foods that mimic the texture, color, and taste of real meat products.
Yet, fish has been very difficult to imitate, especially its characteristic tender flaky texture, as well as the rather full, strong, sometimes salty flavor that is very easily distinguished.
A few up and coming companies have created vegan sushi look-alikes, and we’ve heard of lab-grown 3D printed fish , but now, a new startup in Europe has recently 3D printed plant-based salmon and tuna fillets as part of a broader aim to reinvent plant-based seafood.
Based in Vienna, Austria, the Legendary Vish company wants to produce […]
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