surimi


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su·ri·mi

 (sə-rē′mē, so͝o-)
n.
Minced, processed fish used in the preparation of imitation seafood, especially imitation shellfish.

[Japanese : suru, to process, mash + mi, meat.]

surimi

(ˌsuːˈriːmɪ)
n
(Cookery) a blended seafood product made from precooked fish, restructured into stick shapes
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LF Food, a subsidiary of the Korean LG, has set up a $9 million plant close to Jakarta in Indonesia in order to process tropical fish into raw surimi and cater to the Thailand and Poland-based facilities of Lucky Union Food.
In his new role, he will continue to lead Trans-Ocean's retail surimi seafood category and its smoked salmon and shrimp product lines.
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In general, surimi is light in color, bland in odor, low in fat, and extremely functional due to the unique gelling properties of the myofibrillar proteins.
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Surimi is purified muscle made by washing and straining minced meat to remove fat, soluble protein, and connective tissue.