uneviscerated

uneviscerated

a term used to describe poultry and small game which are sold or hung without having the viscera removed, e.g. New York dressed poultry. The movement of bacteria and enzymes from the gut aids in the tenderizing of the meat and adds a new dimension to the flavor. Not suited to tropical climates nor uneducated palates.
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In a subsequent series of experiments, the EST sequences were tested in a custom-made microchip to compare the gene expression profile at three regeneration stages (3-, 7-and 14-days post-evisceration) and normal, uneviscerated intestines (Ortiz-Pineda et al, 2009).
Hand, which involves replenishing the blood of an uneviscerated mummy and using cardiac revival techniques to bring it back to life.
Botulism from traditional recipes of uneviscerated fish is well documented in such preparations as Egyptian fasikh (17) and East-European kapchunka (18).
Outbreak of type E botulism associated with an uneviscerated, salt-cured fish product--New Jersey.
650: Uneviscerated fish products that are salt-cured, dried, or smoked (CPG 7108.
This report summarizes the epidemiologic investigation of these cases that linked illness to consumption of an uneviscerated, salt-cured fish product.
NJDH traced the source of botulism to an ethnic preparation of fish known as moloha, an uneviscerated, salt-cured fish product.
Previous outbreaks of botulism in California, New York, and Israel were associated with consumption of kapchunka, an uneviscerated, freshwater fish soaked in brine and air-dried (4-8).
An international outbreak of type E botulism due to uneviscerated fish.