That’s right. Soon, you’ll be able to 3D print your meat and then cook it up on the grill. Disgusting for sure but I wouldn’t be surprised if this became a standard practice 20 years from now.
The company, called Modern Meadow!, hopes to use the same technologies developed to create medical-grade tissues to bring food to the world’s dinner tables (or barbecues).
Here’s the story:
Peter Thiel’s philanthropic foundation gives up to $350,000 to a company named Modern Meadow, which plans to use 3D bioprinting to create an “edible prototype” that’s a meat replacement.