mechanically recovered meat


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mechanically recovered meat

n
(Cookery) an amalgamation of the gristle, cartilage, and fat removed from animal carcasses, sometimes used in the manufacture of meat products such as sausages and hamburgers. Also called: MRM
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At that time there were many other initiatives including a wide use of mechanically recovered meat (MRM).
Mechanically recovered meat (MRM) - high pressure water hoses are used to clean carcasses - was commonly used in cheap burgers and other meat products.
Dr Hankey said: "Spam is full of mechanically recovered meat, it contains a lot of salt and other bits and pieces."
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I welcome the removal of mechanically recovered meat products from our children's school dinner plates.

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