OUT NOW: The In Vitro Meat Cookbook

NextNature.net
August 6th 2014

Hooray! Our In Vitro Meat Cookbook is now officially available. At the launch event creative director Dr. Koert van Mensvoort, handed the first copy out to Prof. Mark Post, who exactly one year ago presented the World's first lab grown hamburger.

Using the format of the cookbook as a storytelling medium, the In Vitro Meat Cookbook is a visually stunning exploration of the new “food cultures” lab-grown meat might create. This book approaches lab-grown meat not just from a design and engineering perspective, but also from a societal and ethical one.

This cookbook features dozens of recipes that are delicious, uncanny, funny and inspiring. Think of meat paint, revived dodo wings, meat ice cream, cannibal snacks, steaks knitted like scarves and see-through sushi grown under perfectly controlled conditions. Though you can’t cook these recipes just yet, they’ve all been developed with strict culinary rigor and will provide abundant food for thought and discussion.

You can order the book from our webstore. Journalist can download the mediakit.

Photo: Peet Sneekes.

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Van Mensvoort
Posted 07/08/2014 – 16:23

@Chris: Yes! Got it!

Chris Heil
Posted 07/08/2014 – 13:34

Sound great! Thx! Just to be sure: You got my "Feltenstr / Cologne"-Adress, right? (Caus i went to an new office since then)

Van Mensvoort
Posted 07/08/2014 – 12:58

Yes Chris! You are on our list. You were one of the early birds. Crowdfunders receive a special luxurious edition of the book! We are still waiting for the arrival of the bulk from the printhouse and hope to sent out all books this Tuesday. Thank you so much for your patience and support! We couldn't have done it without the crowdfunders!!

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