unboned

unboned

(ʌnˈbəʊnd)
adj
1. (Cookery) (of meat, fish, etc) not having had the bones removed
2. (Zoology) (of animals) having no bones
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The ban on unboned beef from Northern Ireland was lifted last June for animals aged six to 30 months from herds observing extremely stringent health and selection criteria.
His announcement came after the chief medical officer said there was a theoretical risk of people catching "human BSE" from unboned beef.
Germany is a major frozen food exporter, particularly in beef -- 433,928 tons in 1991, more than half of that in unboned forequarters and hindquarters to the Soviet Union, a market that has presumably diminished sharply this year.
His announcement came after the chief medical officer said there was a theoretical risk that people might catch "human BSE" from unboned beef.
Prof Donaldson's report recommends that the 13-month ban on sales of unboned beef should not be lifted in the near future.