Invented by a nutritionist, the first chocolate bar with meat arrives
Those who love flavored chocolate already have several choices in mobile shops. But a nutritionist from Auckland, New Zealand decided to go further by creating the first beef chocolate.
The idea came to Mustafa Farouk, who made it real in collaboration with an artisan chocolate shop. The combination seemed perfect for blending meat proteins with the energy of chocolate sugars.
Making it is not easy: what is needed, first of all, is to transform the meat into what Farouk calls "chocolate butter", a processed stringy paste that is then used in the production of the actual bar.
The taste, in the end, is distinctly different from traditional chocolate, even if the taste of the meat is not felt in the final result. Those who have tasted it have appreciated the chocolate with meat, to the point that what was supposed to be an experiment has become a successful commercial product.