Have you heard of ‘meat glue?’ It’s an industry practice using a bonding agent to stick together pieces of scrap meat to make it look like a prime filet.
'Meat glue' is a powder known as transglutaminase that forms a nearly invisible and permanent bond to any meat. It’s “generally recognized as safe,” according to the FDA. However, if not handled properly, glued meat could contain bacteria like E. coli.

Have you heard of ‘meat glue?’ It’s an industry practice using a bonding agent to stick together pieces of scrap meat to make it look like a prime filet.

'Meat glue' is a powder known as transglutaminase that forms a nearly invisible and permanent bond to any meat. It’s “generally recognized as safe,” according to the FDA. However, if not handled properly, glued meat could contain bacteria like E. coli.

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