MEAT GLUE (Transglutaminase)- The Truth About The Meats You Eat


MeFirstLiving

Oct 29, 2015

Meat Glue, also known as Transglutaminase or Thrombin has been used by restaurants and the meat industry for years to deceive consumers into believing they are getting a premium, solid piece of meat but in fact they are purchasing meat scraps that have been enzymatically bound or “glued” together to resemble a whole steak.

Some of these reconstituted cuts are so perfectly put together that it is even difficult for expert butchers to tell the difference between it and a premium cut.

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