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post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 

Ahhhh tricky EH Mate

 

http://au.todaytonight.yahoo.com/article/8989315/consumer/meat-glue

post #2 of 12

Yup, It all started when surgeons started gluing body parts back together.

 

I'm waiting for the Gorilla Glue at Home Depot to add it to their display.

 

Gorilla Glue:

#1  For Wood

#2  For Metals

#3  For Plastics

#4  For Meats

 

 

Bear

post #3 of 12

That is scary to say the least!! I eat my beef black & blue. From what I can find, meat glue is approved by the FDA. Does anyone know different?

 

Never again will I purchase a round chunk of meat wrapped in bacon.

What about those boneless turkeys shaped like a football? Would they be okay if fully cooked? I have thought of making pastrami while eyeballing them things in the freezer case.  

 

Great thread. thumb1.gif

post #4 of 12

I bet those fillets wrapped with bacon in a plastic 2 pack are glued. They seem so cheap, I guess I know why. 

post #5 of 12

They pulled the video.

post #6 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by michael ark View Post

They pulled the video.



I'm not surprised! I certainly wouldn't want the general public to see that, if I were a meat processor. That would be a great topic for 60 Minutes.

post #7 of 12
Thread Starter 

Yeah sorry

 

Dididnt post it to gross anyone or PO anyone.

Just thought it was informative.

 

Hey its prob safer than other things we eat that we dont know about.

post #8 of 12

The video is still there, or maybe "there again".

 

As of now.

 

Bear

post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by nepas View Post

 

Hey its prob safer than other things we eat that we dont know about.


not if we order our steaks rare..........
 

 

post #10 of 12

interesting.........thanks for the heads up

post #11 of 12

Thanks for the link Nepas. I actually find it interesting and might give it a go. but it's a little pricey. I always wondered how they could make them boneless hams all the same size and shape, and the fact that you couldn't tell which way the meat grain was running.

 

 


Edited by DanMcG - 3/20/11 at 2:13am
post #12 of 12

MMMMMM yummie...

 

  Craig

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