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deboned

carcass meat from which the bone has been removed.
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Jaafar, however, declined to disclose his group's next move should a deboned BBL be passed by Congress.
Replacing Fishmeal by different level of fermented Mechanical deboned meat in Hybrid striped Bass (2010)--Under the supervision of Professor Peter Ferket Nutrition NC State University.
Significant difference in pH values after 5 to 6 h of slaughter in conditions 2 and 3 indicate that faster decline in pH occurred when meat was deboned immediately after slaughter.
First 15 ingredients: Deboned turkey, potato flour, peas, apples, whole dried egg, pea fiber, tomatoes, potatoes, flaxseed, canola oil, natural flavors, deboned salmon, deboned duck, sun dried alfalfa, coconut oil .
Many of our officials in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' exotic disease monitoring body claim that beef from Brazil (where foot-and-mouth outbreaks occur frequently), which has been deboned and vacuum packed, will no longer pose a threat to our livestock industry.
Prepared entirely by hand, the duckling is deboned and ready-cooked: simply heat in the even at 210 deg C on a wire rack, steam or microwave the pancakes, and serve with the sauce, spring onion and cucumber.
To assist beef trade, the OIE established new trading rules for deboned muscle meat.
Whole, deboned birds with caramelised apple and tarragon stuffing are on sale (rsp: 9.
A spokesman said: "Customers can take bones away when they buy the deboned meat if it is for human consumption.
But the electrically stimulated carcass is ready to be deboned after chilling for only two hours.
EU vets will also keep the situation in the two Latin American states under review while the import of deboned meat produced before October 31 is still permitted.
After being deboned and skinned, spices (rosemary, black pepper, garlic) and brine are injected into the capillaries.