Posts Tagged ‘steak’

I Tried a $250 Sous Vide Cooker and the Perfect Steak Is Worth Every Penny

Meat. Fish. Eggs. It sounds like a caveman’s diet, but I’m totally here for it. I don’t own an egg cooker for nothing. That being said, cooking meat isn’t my favorite thing to do in the kitchen. I hate touching it raw, and under my watch, it often ends up too dry, burnt, or I […]

Israel’s Aleph Farms and meatmaker BRF to bring cultured steak to Brazil

Aleph Farms, Ltd. and BRF S.A., a global Brazilian meat and food maker, have signed an accord to jointly develop cultivated meat and bring it to Brazilian tables. Under the memorandum of understanding, Aleph and BRF will co-develop and produce cultivated meat using Aleph’s patented BioFarm technology. BRF will distribute the cultivated beef products in […]

Is Your Dinner Steak “Glued” Together?

By Catherine J. Frompovich The food industry is extremely innovative at reducing waste products and salvaging any last bit of animal tissue aka meat. Transglutaminase is an animal-blood enzyme used as “meat glue” to create a prime filet steak, which many cooks and eaters can’t tell the difference. “Meat Glue” is a naturally […]

Did Turks Vote to Become an Islamic State?

EDITOR’S CHOICE | 03.11.2015 | 11:54 Approximately 90% of Turks are Sunni, but Ataturk had established Turkey as entirely secular; so, this huge Sunni Turkish majority was politically neutered from 1922 until the conservative Sunni President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan became elected Prime Minister in 2003. It could happen only because Ataturk hadn’t really understood how to separate church […]

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