Receipe - 01Steak with the CulNet System
There are many kinds of meat and people with different tastes. And the CulNet System can deliver these meats and tastes. What can be imagined can be grown.
What should we have for next Sunday?
Chicken sounds nice to me.
Oh? I felt like having beef.
Hang on. Somehow, I really wanna try lobster too!
How to make Beef, chicken and lobster steak
- Step 01Set the CulNet System with cells of chicken, beef and lobster. Then add sufficient amount of culture medium.
- Step 02It takes a few days for the CulNet System to cultured meat. Relax and feel excited about new meat being grown.
- Step 03Here, we have the ready and cooked delightful mixture of beef, chicken and lobster. We may decorate the meat by adding different colors, with something like Euglena. “Designed meat” is not just about the ingredients - its appearance can also be tailored.
Yummy! This is the first time I’ve tried such a flavor!
Each flavor goes well together. They really add to each other.
Receipe - 02Bento lunches by CulNet System
Bento lunch box are fun. With bento lunch boxes, wouldn’t you like to make something customized that is ideal for the whole family? The CulNet System can meet your specific needs.
The doctor told me to go easy on cholesterol.
It feels like I need more calcium these days.
Hey, is there any type of food that can make me smarter?
You guys are quite picky, aren’t you? Why don’t we check with the CulNet System?
How to Everyone’s unique, and unique meats for all!
- Step 01Set requested starter cells into cartridges for each family members.
- Step 02Remove the prepared cultured meat from the cartridge.
- Step 03Meat rolls are made from each of the cultured meats. The time required to complete the process may vary depending on how it was customized.
This meat is tasty. Not only that, but it has less cholesterol. I’m happy with what I have.
I can eat meat and compensate for calcium deficiency. Wonderful.
I’ll eat this and try for better grades!
The CulNet System helped me much to make bento boxes fit for everyone!
Note from a chef
How would designed meat taste like?
A professional chef simulates “new meat” recipe by conventional meat
At first I couldn't imagine what it would taste like. After a bite, I sensed mixed flavors of beef and chicken in harmony, and from another bite, it was chicken and lobster. It was a savory and fun experience!
A chef and future food researcher. While working at Royal Park Hotel, he served as chief chef to the Consulate General of Montreal in Canada. He was awarded the Best Chef in the Ambassador’s Official Residence Award from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan in 2010. He also researches future foods longside his activities as a chef. He collaborates with cutting edge food technology startup companies in the fields of cell-based meat and microalgae.