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Dr. Lukas Becker and Severin Eder from the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich have developed a microalgae-based mixture that mimics the composition of meat shrimp. To improve the quality and taste properties, it is necessary to add pea flour and soybeans. The resultant paste is specially extruded through a nozzle to give it the shape of a shrimp peel, but so far only a very simple imitation has been obtained.
Scientists do not exclude that they are working for the future of mankind. Grow natural foods soon But microalgae, conditionally, can be grown in any container, and even better – in a bioreactor. This biomass ves
Source: Tech Cult