“…Perhaps you’re one who enjoys a steak dinner now and again.
If so, let me ask this question: Do you prefer it with a nice Bernaise sauce – a side of garlicky spinach -
- or maybe some transglutaminase?
Transglutaminase is an enzyme made by the fermentation of bacteria and added to meat pieces to make them stick together.
Yes, “meat glue” – it’s what’s for dinner!
This is yet another dandy product from industrialized food purveyors that keep inventing new ways to mess with our dinner for their own fun and profit.
Right about now, you’re probably asking yourself, “Why do they need to glue meat together?”
Glad you asked.
It’s so the industry can take cheap chunks of beef and form them into what appears to be a pricey steak..”
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