A steakhouse in Los Angeles is offering a steak cut in meat slicers, so that you can eat a piece of steak without getting it sliced.
The new product, called MeatSlicer, was developed by food and beverage company Redfin, which says the technology makes slicing meat even easier.
“It’s like an air freshener, so if you’re outside, you can take it and use it to clean your food,” Redfin cofounder Adam Janssen said.
“We’ve never had anything like it, ever.
We were able to get this technology to work, so it really is like a meat slicher, where you can do it anywhere, anywhere.”
This technology was first shown in the Philippines and is now available for sale in the US, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea and other countries.
The technology works by cutting meat into pieces and then slicing it into cubes, which are then heated in a water bath.
When the slices are cooked, they release a steam, which causes the meat to separate into pieces.
You can find a demonstration video of the machine in action below: The machines, which cost $199.99, are designed to be used on beef and pork, but can be used for any meat that can be sliced.
If you’re looking for a more traditional steak cut, Redfin says it can cut beef up to 1,000 times faster than a standard steak cutter.