Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Frankenburger: the first "Steak in Vitro" Was it good? (Video) - Reviewer

Wednesday, August 7, 2013 to 4:33 p.m. Martin
Frankenburger: the first

first “Steak Vitro created from stem cells and therefore no cow slaughter an animal, has been tasted for first time in London on Monday by two brave testers. Hanni Rützler an Austrian researcher in culinary trends and Josh Schonwald, American journalist and author, were able to taste this piece of meat 142 grams, cooked by the famous Chef class=”c43″> Frankenburger “. So this “Steak Vitro “, which cost 250,000 euros, was it good?

Under the eyes of Mark Post, the Dutch scientist at the University of Maastricht, which is the origin of this unique experience, the tasting took place without any problems, as you can see in the video above AFP above. “It was intense. I expected that the texture of the steak is softer,” said first Austrian.

“Looks like meat, although it is not as juicy.” As a journalist, he found that “class=”c44″> ” lacked salt, pepper and fat. But other than that … “It’s pretty thin, but for the rest, it really think of a conventional hamburger.”

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