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surimi

A highly processed food “substrate” made of minced fish meat.

Because it is nutritionally inferior (the soluble proteins are lost in processing), products made with surimi are listed as imitation food. It is primarily composed of pollock, and is blended with other foods (e.g., crabmeat) to impart flavour, or added as a filler for more expensive foods.
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She told Gulf News that some members in the group were inspired after reading about Surumi's kind act.
Another member, Reshma Sainulabdeen, sought advice to donate her hair from Surumi and Premi Mathew, founder of the Hair for Hope Foundation, who had inspired Surumi.
To their surprise, a Kyrgyz national, who was also inspired by Surumi, also joined the MMME members hailing from the South Indian state of Kerala.
Speaking to Gulf News, Abu Dhabi resident Surumi said she was amazed at the response she received from various countries.
He formed a company called Empresa Minera Virgen de Surumi in the name of Block y Compania (offices headquartered in Colquechaca) to operate the mine.
We took the steep road which climbs out of Colquechaca and over a high pass, then along a new road--hewn out of the rock by hand--which goes part way to the shrine of the Virgin of Surumi. From the road it was a hike of several hours down-hill to reach the site of the mine.
Pacajake is sometimes also known as the Surumi or the Virgen de Surumi mine.
(1991) The Virgen de Surumi (Pacajakes) Selenium--Precious Metals Deport, Bolivia.
They treated us as part of their family as we also joined their good cause," Surumi said.
Surumi came to know about the event through social media and joined the church's campaign.
This is all I can do so I donated all my hair," said Surumi, an inspired member of Facebook page 'Malayali Mums Middle East'.
"This is for a very noble cause," the husband added while clicking photos as the beautician chopped Surumi's hair.