Posted 1 year ago on April 10, 2012, 9:36 p.m. EST by JuanFenito
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We know the name is merely a scare tactic, it is not really any slimier than regular beef, although the texture is finer. Has anyone here studied the process used on it? It's not particularly gross, they put it in a centrifuge.
The only potentially objectionable thing about the process is the ammonium hydroxide solution used on the meat, but I can't find any data indicating that it is even a mildly dangerous chemical, unless it is concentrated. It occurs constantly in nature, and people are exposed to it all the time. What am I missing?