Israeli foodtech company, Steakholder Foods, and Singapore-based, Umami Meats, has successfully 3D-printed the first-ever ready-to-cook fish fillet using cultured and lab-grown animal cells.
Umami Meats extracts cells from grouper, growing them into muscle and fat. Steakholder Foods then adds them to a bio-ink used for 3D printers. With a glass dish sliding back and forth in the 3D printer, the white finger-length fillet begins to build mass with each pass.
It has the flakiness of traditional fish and when fried and seasoned, making it difficult to distinguish the two.
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