Meet the world’s first cultured meatball.This is the first time meatball has been cooked with beef cells that did not require a cow to be slaughtered. It tastes like a meatball but it doesn’t have meat inside.Weird but true. 

Uma Valeti,the SEO of Memphis Meats,says that Memphis meats started to produce vegan meat, delicious, healthy and safe for everyone.They are using real meat cells to grow meat.According to them,there are not enough resources to feed a growing world’s population.

He says: “The greenhouse gas emissions from our process are 90% less than traditional animal agriculture would cause.This is a big moment and great opportunity occasion for us. It’s one of the historic moments in our company and I’m glad that this could be captured.The meat industry is long overdue for innovation. We’re using cutting-edge technology to grow real meat without the animals, in a process that’s better for the body and the planet. The result? “The meatball that changed the world.” 

In this video, they are showing delicious recipe.They have found meat cells from beef and brought to the kitchen. Memphis meats team and their special guest, the chef Dave Anderson, recreated the experience of meatball.He took the meatball that they grow,he used the Italian meatball recipe and have created a beautiful meatball. The cultural meatball was exactly they  have expected to be,taste like a beef meatball and smell like a real beef,but still is not a real beef. Amazing,isn’t it? The World's First Cultured Meatball Made From Beef Cells


This revolutionary product by Memphis Meats is the first real meatball made from beef cells that didn’t require a cow to be slaughtered.

But Is lab-grown meat vegan? Could “test tube burgers” spell the end of animal exploitation? This video delves into the field of in-vitro or cultured meat to see if “cellular agriculture” is a viable solution for healing the planet and ending animal suffering and slaughter. Cultured meat’s potential is SO much bigger than the obstacles facing it. The first computer filled a room; now we have them in our pockets. Likewise, cultured meat will eventually beat animal agriculture on every metric if we put our time and resources into it. I wonder if we could create a movement to support government subsidies for the research?