You could be among the first in the world to eat a new species of bird – the Qualia

You could be among the first in the world to eat a new species of bird – the Qualia

Initially there was planted meat. Then came planted invertebrates. Then, say hello to farmed” Quailia”. No, that is n’t “quail” in a unique language; instead, Vow, a cell-based meat company, created a new planted foods made from Chinese animal tissue. Marketed under the company name Forged, Quailia is, according to its manufacturers,” an entirely new creature unlike any other in the world … to offer just one purpose – to be extremely delicious”.

Vow is n’t releasing Quailia as pieces of cultivated meat, in a diversion from how cultivated meats have traditionally been marketed. Instead, it has developed what it thinks is a more market-friendly option, called Forged Parfait. Forged Parfait, the first of a collection of goods to be unveiled in Singapore annually, is basically a chicken liver sorbet or pate.

” What we tried to do is fit the rich, gaminess of chickens with this light, delicate creaminess of the parfait”, explained Vow’s CEO George Peppou. This is food for people who enjoy eating meats and want to consume more of it. We do that in a very little space with a smaller footprint for the environment, just as it happens.