SESSION 3: A SCHNITZEL IS JUST A STRING OF MOLECULES (SESSION IN GERMAN)
Food is nothing but a string of molecules. A steak and a glas of water each consist of about 1024 molecules. These smallest, multi-atomic particles are responsible for what we taste and for the way food feels in our mouths. Today, we can break down food into its molecules and reassemble them in new and sustainable ways. For instance milk made from fermented microorganisms or in cell-based meats.