Inclusion of Other Products
I have for some time considered the inclusion of a blood-based binding system with TG which “can be used for binding comminuted and large pieces of meat (Boles & Shand, 1998, 1999). The binding mechanism of restructured meats is based on the blood clotting action between fibrinogen, thrombin, and TG. Cross-linking and gelation between fibrin itself and between meat collagen and the fibrin are induced by TG (Sheard, 2002).” (Sun, 2009).
Other products to consider for inclusion are crude myosin, extract, surimi (Chen, Huffman, & Egbert, 1992), egg white powder, raw egg white, egg powder, bovine, porcine, lamb, broiler plasma powders, broiler breast meat powder, gelatine (Lu & Chen, 1999), dried apples, corn crumbs, mushrooms (Marriott, Graham, Schaffer, & Boling, 1986c), rice bran oil and fiber (Kim, Godber, & Prinaywiwatkul, 2000), and walnut (Jime´nez Colmenero et al., 2003; Serrano et al., 2006).
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