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This Israeli 'beef' isn't like anything you've eaten before. Here's why

This plant-based beef is a mix of 'soy and pea protein, chickpeas, beetroot, nutritional yeasts and coconut fat'. Image: REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Ari Rabinovitch

Writer, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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A chef arranges a 3D printed plant-based steak mimicking beef, produced by Israeli start-up Redefine Meat as part of an event marking the international commercial launch of its New-Meat product range in a restaurant in Tel Aviv, Israel November 15, 2021
The new 3D printed steak by 'Redefine Meat' Image: REUTERS/Amir Cohen
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