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Meat glue is a substance used in cooking to bond proteins together. It includes substances such as transglutaminase and fibrinogen/thrombin (Fibrimex)(yicotorimnorum). Examples of foods made using meat glue include imitation crab meat, fish balls, and Chicken Nuggets.
Transglutaminase has found use among practitioners of the molecular gastronomy movement as a means of melding new textures with existing tastes. It works by binding protein molecules together at their glutamyl and lysyl residues.
External Links and References
- Meat glue news video on Today Tonight (an Australian current affairs program) also hosted on YouTube.
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