There are myriad reasons to replace cow’s milk with alternatives such as nuts milk, oat milk, or soy milk, but for those who enjoy the experience of consuming animal-sour dairy products, the choices are not the only one . Hence the manufacturer of Impossible Foods, Impossible burger And another Plant-based Meat Options, Are working on another food replacement that looks, tastes and behaves like cow’s milk.
During a virtual press conference this morning where Impossible Foods revealed that the size of its Silicon Valley-based research and development team is being doubled next year, as well as being called the “Impossible Investigator Project” to launch In order to entice leading scientists to contribute to it. Reason, the company gave the world a first look at its new plant-based cow’s milk option that has yet to be dubbed with a catchy marketing name. (Though you can probably safely assume that impossible milk is considered an option.)
Like the company’s flagship Impossible Burger, Impossible Foods’ new milk option is made with plant-derived protein. The idea is It not only blends with other liquids (such as hot coffee) that are formed without a shoestring that can change the texture and experience of drinking, but it It can also be whipped into a foam and used as an ingredient in other food products without having to be modified as a recipe Often required with other options.
As with meat products from Impossible Foods, milk substitutes aim to preserve the experience of consuming dairy products, including texture, mouth taste, and taste while reducing the demand for raising animals such as cattle.. In other words, impossible milk, or whatever company ends it, when it calls Officially ready to make it available to the public, not necessarily a replacement for soy milk or nut milk. There are many consumers who prefer cow’s milk option. Impossible Foods aims to create an alternative for those who want to leave cow’s milk behind, but do not have the experience of consuming it.
The company has not provided a timeline as to when its milk option will be ready to leave its R&D lab, but it helps demonstrate that Impossible Foods has successfully expanded its research into more than replacement for ground meats Has succeeded in converting to. More importantly, it would allow the company to eventually deliver a complete plant-based cheeseburger to the world.