Since their creation, 3D printers have been used to produce many useful items. However, it's unlikely the creators of the technology could have imagined it would be used to print steaks.
Redefine Meat, a "meat alternative" startup out of Israel, makes their steaks using a highly technical process. A mix of soy, pea protein, beetroot, chickpeas, nutritional yeast, and coconut fat is formed into steak-like shapes using a 3D printer.
According to reports, the finished printed product looks, smells, and even tastes similar to flank steak.
For now, the company is only selling the 3D-printed steaks at restaurants in Europe and Israel at prices between $25 to $40.