A startup is 3D printing plant-based steaks to recreate the taste and texture of the real thing — see how they do it

The 3D-printed plant-based steaks are planned to be available at high-end European restaurants by the end of the

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These are the components that we need to mimic in order to reach the perfect beautiful steak," Redefine Meat food engineer Alexey Tomsov told Business Insider.

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While 3D printing is only one technology of many being tested in the alternative meat industry, "having new technologies … doesn't necessarily solve the flavor and taste problem," scientist Stacy Pyett told Reuters.

Redefine Meat is using 3D printing to recreate the texture of real steak. "The muscle, the blood, and the fat…

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