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Mon 28-Nov-11
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SumpRat
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Watching Heston Blumenthal a few years ago he used 

Transglutaminase, aka Meat Glue to 'join' several pieces of meat together.

 

Does anyone know where to get this from or had any experiences with it.

 

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SumpRat

 


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Mon 28-Nov-11
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Aly
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sorry no ideasorry I'm veggie but no doubt someone will help soonok

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Mon 28-Nov-11
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In a word - no.  I find him to be too experimental for my taste.  Good luck in your search.

I'll try that again!

Mon 28-Nov-11
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No idea Simon, if everything else fails try cellotape!!

 

Can't stand the guy, all too complicated, sorry...

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Mon 28-Nov-11
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Oh I love watching heston, I think he's great, I agree experimental, and I have his book, in search of perfection and it's a good read. Sorry can't help with the meat glue tho simon

Mon 28-Nov-11
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I'm sure you could boil down a horse to make something similar...

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or refine it from guinea pig liver like the article said. I maybe a scientist by training but I have to admit that it does not fill me with delight to think of such things whistle

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