We all know dry aging creates incredibly flavorful, tender steaks. It also requires a commitment of time, space, and money that most of us don't have. Sansaire Steak Aging Sauce gives you the same flavor in as little time as it takes to cook a piece of meat. Just add a tablespoon for every pound of meat you have in your bag, cook your meat sous vide, and sear it when it's done. This mix of fish and soy sauces, molasses, and MSG for its glutamic acid gives a close approximation of the flavors you get via dry aging, but without the wait, and also provides added natural sugars to give your meat a golden crust when seared.
We're sure there's an eating challenge out there somewhere with the same name. But the Impossible Burger isn't so named because it's difficult to finish. It's named "Impossible" because you won't believe it can actually look, cook, and taste so much like beef without having any meat in it. Instead, it's made from a carefully-blended, exhaustively-tested mix of plants that gives you all the satisfaction of a traditional burger while using 95% less land, 74% less water, and putting off 87% less greenhouse gas emissions. Impossible, indeed. Currently available exclusively at Momofuku Nishi, with more spots coming in the future.
Like Hershey's compared to Scharffen Berger, Defonce Cannabis Chocolate is far more than just a weed-packed candy bar. Formed by two long-term chocolate makers, the company focuses on quality instead of quantity, crafting delicate flavors with precise levels of both cacao and THC. As you might expect, the packaging is also attractive, only hinting at the easily-portioned, pyramidal bar inside.