Is there anything more frustrating than wanting something that you can't have? For vegans, seafood presents a bit of a conundrum. While fish is not technically off-limits, catching and cleaning them often involves harming or killing other animals in the process. But what if I told you that there was a new way to get your seafood fixed without any animal cruelty involved? Thanks to this game-changing 3D-printed fish fillet, vegans can finally enjoy hake without any guilt.
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Why is this important?
A fish is the most hunted animal in the world,” said Ofek Ron, the company’s co-founder and chief executive. Unless we do something, in a few dozen decades there will probably be no more fish in the sea. We exist to save the oceans and eliminate the need to consume marine animals by providing more sustainable, more nutritious, and more delicious fish options. This ‘Fish’ steak is the world’s first 3D printed, vegan-friendly fish steak made entirely from plants. It was dreamt up by Israeli start-up Plantish, which wants to provide an alternative for people who wish to abstain from animal products and protect the oceans, while still enjoying the taste, texture, and nutrition of fish.
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