meat processing & meat products hand book

meat processing & meat products hand book
Author: EIRI Books
ISBN: 8186732659
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The book covers Preservation of Meat, Fish and Eggs, Meat and Meat Products, Raw Materials, Nutritional Value of Some Processed Meats, Curing,  Smoking, Meat Cookery and Cooked Meat Products, Cooked Meat Product Recipes, Raw Materials,  Sectioned and Formed  Meat Formulations, Sausages, Fermented Meat products, Sausage Formulations, Casings, Extenders and Additives, Use of Spices in Processed Meats, Cured and /or Smoked Meats, Reduced and Low Fat Meat products, The Canning Process, Canned Meat Formulations, Restructured Meat Products, Methods for Tenderization of Meats, Quality Aspects of Poultry Meat and its Products, Developments in Modified Atmosphere Packaging of Meat Poultry and Fish, Broiler Chicken, Buffalow Meat processing, Chicken Meat Processing, Chicken/Mutton (Sheep Meat) Processing, Chicken Sausages & Chicken Hamburger, Frozen Meat , Piggery Meat Processing, Suppliers of Plant and Machineries, Suppliers of Raw Materials. 
 
 
MEAT PROCESSING AND MEAT PRODUCTS HAND BOOK
 
 
PRESERVATION OF MEAT, FISH AND EGGS
 
Asepsis
Application of heat
Use of low temperatures
Preservation by Drying
Use of Preservatives
Spices
Antibiotics
Preservation of fish
Preservation of eggs
Contents of egg:
Spray died whole egg.
 
MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS
 
Composition of Meat 
Classification of Meat
Mutton
Pork
Organs Meats
Sausages
Cooking of Meats
Dry Heat Methods
Moist Heat Methods
Cooking Frozen Meat
Curing of Meat
Smoking 
 
RAW MATERIALS
 
Composition and Nutritive Value of Meat 
Copsition of Meat
Carbohydrates
Vitamins
 
NATRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PROCESSED MEATS
 
Toxic Compounds in Meat Products
 
CURING
 
Ingredients Utilized in Meat Curing 
Salt 
Sugar, Corn Syrup Solids, and Honey
Nitrite and/or Nitrate 
Nitrosamines
Levels of Nitrite and/or Nitrate
Phosphates
Sodium Ascorbate and Erythorbate
Potassium Sorbate 
Monosodium Glutamate 
Hydrolyzed Vegetable Proteins
Sodium and Potassium Lactate 
Cured Meat Color
Muscle Pigments
Myoglobin
Role of Nitrite and/or Nitrate in Meat Color
Curing Methods
Dry Salt  Cure
Conventional Dry Curing 
Pickle Cure 
Thermal of Hot Cures
 
SMOKING 
 
Purposes of Smoking 
Composition of Smoke 
Phenols
Alcohols
Organic Acids
Carbonyls 
Hydrocarbons
Gases
Action of Smoke on Nutritive Value 
Production of Smoke
The Nature of Smoke
Deposition of Smoke on Meats
Methods of Smoking
Types of Fuel
Cooking During Smoking
Temperature Conversion Tables
Liquid Smoke Preparations
Application of Liquid Smoke
 
MEAT COOKERY AND COOKED MEAT PRODUCTS
 
Action of Cooking
Denaturation and Changes in Solubility
Improvement in Palatability
Destruction of Bacteria and Improving Stability
Inactivation of Indigenous Enzymes
Surface Drying
Color Development
Methods of Cooking
Dry Heat Cookery
Moist Heat Cookery
Combination Methods of Cookery
Continuous Cooking Ovens
Microwave Cookery
Considerations in Selecting Cooking Methods
Types of Meats
Tender Cuts
Tough Cuts
Processed
Specific Cooking Methods
Broiling
Roasting
Frying
Braising
Pot Roasting
Stewing
Pressure Cooking
Simmering
 
COOKED MEAT PRODUCT RECIPES
 
Roast Beef
Raw Materials
Seasoning
Stuffing
Cooking
Chilling
Yield
Frozen Boneless Pork Loin Roasts and Chops
Raw Materials
Preparation and Stuffing
Cutting Loin into Chops
Government Specifications
Storage
Cooking
Frozen Boneless Pork Shoulder and Ham Rolls for Roast or Chops
Raw Materials
Preparation and Stuffing
Cutting Loin into Chops
Government Specifications
Storage
Cooking
Frozen Boneless Port Shoulder and Ham Rolls for Roast or Chops
Raw Materials
Preparation
Mixing
Stuffing
Freezing and Storage
Cooking
Frozen Boneless Beef Rolls for Grilling or Broiling
Raw Materials
Preparation
Stuffing and Pressure Packing 
Freezing
Slicing Instructions
Cooking
Boneless Turkey Roasts
Raw Materials
Preparation of Meat
Typing the Roast
Processing
Cooking
 
RAW MATERILAS
 
Sausage and Canned Meals
Beef
Port
Veal and Mutton
Variety Meats
Mechanically Deboned Meat
Poultry Meat
Partially Defatted Tissue
Smoked Meats
Hams
Bellies
Pork Shoulders
Pork Loins
Processed Beef Cuts
Storage of Raw Materials
Certified Pork
 
SECTIONED AND FORMED MEAT FORMULATIONS
 
Sectioned and Formed Ham
Ingredients
Trimming and Cutting
Processing
Stuffing
Cooking and Smoking
Cooling
Beet Rolls
Ingredients
Preparation
Stuffing
Cooking and Cooling
Combination Ham-Soy Protein Isolate Product (66% Ham)
Ingredients
Processing
Stuffing
Cooking and Cooling
Combination Corned Beefsoy Protein Isolate Product (70% Corned Beef)
Ingredients
Processing
Cooking and Cooling
Combination Roast Beef-Soy Protein Isolate Product (70% Roast Beef)
Ingredients
Processing
Stuffing
Cooking and Cooling
Alternate Method for Beef-Soy Protein Isolate Product (70% Roast Beef)
Brine Preparation
Stuffing
Cooking and Cooling
Combination Roast Turkey Breast -Soy Protein Isolate Product (66% Turkey Breast)
Ingredients
Processing
Stuffing
Cooking and Cooling
Cooked Veal Rolls
Ingredients
Trimming and Cutting
Preparation
Stuffing
Cooking
Cooked Beef Rolls
Ingredients
Trimming and Cutting
Preparation
Stuffing and Pressure Packing
Cooking
Smoked, Chopped Turkey Loaf
Ingredients
Preparation
Stuffing
Smoking
Turkey Roll
Emulsion Preparation
Meat Preparation
Stuffing
Cooking 
Turkey Ham
Ingredients
Trimming
Processing
Stuffing
Smoking
Turkey White Meat Turkey Ham Combination Roll
Ingredients
Emulsion Preparation
Meat Preparation
Stuffing
Smoking
Turkey Rolls
Types of Turkey Rolls
Improved 9-lb Turkey Roll
Ingredients
Preparation
Cooking
Oven Roasted Boneless Turkey Breasts
Raw Materials and Preparation
Trimming and Cutting
Processing
Stuffing
Cooking
 
SAUSAGES
 
Consumer Acceptance
Classification
Classification Using USDA Meat Inspection System
Steps in Processing
Grinding
Mixing
Chopping
Emulsifying
Stuffing
Linking and Typing
Smoking and Cooking
Chilling
Peeling and Packaging
Some Sausage Products
Coarse Ground Sausages
Fresh Pork Sausage
Whole Hog Sausage
 
FERMENTED MEAT PRODUCTS
 
Low Acid Products
High Acid Sausages
Semidry Sausage
Dry Sausage
Emulsion Type Products
Emulsification
Gelation
Emulsion Formation
Overchopping
Short Meat
Heat Breakdown
 
SAUSAGE FORMULATIONS
 
Ground Sausages
Instructions
Semidry or Summer Sausages
Instructions
Dry Sausages
Instructions
Emulsion-Type Sausages
Instructions
Liver Sausage and Braunschweiger
Instructions
Speciality Items
Instructions
Miscellaneous Sausages
Instructions
Mortadella
Instructions
Linguica (Portuguese Sausage)
Instructions
 
CASINGS, EXTENDERS AND ADDITIVES
 
Casings
Animal Casings 
Regenerated Collagen Casings
Cellulosic Casings
Small Cellulose
Large Cellulose
Fibrous
Dry Sausage Fibrous
Clips and Thread Closures
Spices and Condiments
Additives
Ice or Water
Salt
Curing Salts
Ascorbates Erythorbates
Sugars
Phosphates
Glucono-d-lactone (GDL)
Acids and Liquid Smoke
Binders and Extenders
Soy Protein Extenders
Milk Protein Derived Extenders
Yeast Protein Derived Extenders
Sausage Flours and Starch
Colloids and Gums
Other Additives
Antioxidants
Bacterial Cultures
Flavor Enhancers
 
USE OF SPICES IN PROCESSED MEATS
 
Mustard
Black Pepper
White Pepper
Red Pepper
Paprika
Chili Pepper
Nutmeg
Mace
Coriander
Garlic
Sage
Cumin
Fennel
What and How you Taste
Flavors in Meat Products
Barbecue Sauce
Beef Stew
Beerwurst
Bologna
Cervelat
Chicken a la King
Chicken Loaf
Chill con Carne
Chorizo
Corned Beef
Cured Products (Ham, Bacon, Canadian Bacon)
Deviled Ham
Dry Sausage
Frankfurters (Hot Dogs)
Fresh Pork Sausage
Fried Chicken
Hamburger
Head Cheese
Italian Sausage
Knackwurst
Liver Spread
Liverwurst (Braunschweiger)
Luncheon Meat 
Pastrami
Pepperoni
Pickled Fish
Polish Sausage (Kielbasa)
Pork and Beans 
Salami (Cotto)
Salami
Scrapple
Sloppy Joe Sauce
Smoked Sausage
Smoked Pork Sausage
Summer Sausage (Beef Stick)
Swiss Steak
Vienna Sausage
 
CURED AND/OR SMOKED MEATS
 
Hams
Classification of Ham
Internal Temperature 
Added Substance
Presence of Bone 
Commercial Ham Manufacture 
Curing
Smoking/Cooking
Cooked Ham 
Baked Ham
Preparation
Country Ham 
Preparation
Westphalian Ham
Preparation
Scotch Ham
Prosciutti Ham 
Preparation
Honey Cured Hams
Preparation
Bacon
Canadian Bacon
Wiltshire Bacon
Beef Bacon
Jowl Bacon
Fat Backs and Heavy Bellies
Smoked Pork Loin
Picnic
Shoulder Butt
Corned Beef
Smoked Fresh Meat 
Dried Beef
Procedure
Smoked and Cured Lamb
Smoked Tongue
Pickled Pigs Feet
 
REDUCED AND LOW FAT MEAT PRODUCTS
 
Effects of Reducing Fat 
Effects of Fat on Flavor
Effect of Fat on Texture 
Synthetic Fat Replacers
Fat Mimics
Hydrocolioids
Alginates
Carrageenan
Starches
Maltodextrins
Locust  Bean Gum
Guar Gum
Gellan Gum
Xanthan Gum
Konjac Flour
Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives
Oat Bran and Oat Fiber
Animal Proteins
Gelatin
Milk Proteins
Serum Proteins
Plant Proteins
Soy Proteins
Yeast Hydrolysates
Hydrolyzed Vegetable Proteins
Frankfurters in the U.S. Market
Instructions
 
THE CANNING PROCESS 
 
Cans
Types of Cans
Square and Puliman Base
Pear Shaped
Round Sanitary
Drawn Aluminium
Oblong
Can Materials
Retorts
Nonagitating Retorts
Continuous Agitating Retorts
Hydrostatic Retorts
Establishment of Retort Schedule 
Pasteurized Canned Products 
Closing
Pasteurizing Cook
Cooling
Storage and Shelf Life
Aseptic Canning 
 
CANNED MEAT FORMULATIONS
 
Corned Beef Hash
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Meat 
Potatoes
Onions
Canning
Beef Stew
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Meat
Potatoes
Carrots
Onions
Preparation
Canning
Chili Con Carne
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Canning
Vienna Sausages
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Canning
Meat Balls With Gravy
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Canning
Sliced Dried Beef
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Processing
Drying and Smoking 
Canning
Luncheon Meat 
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparations
Canning
Processing
Pasteurized 
Potted Meat
Federal Mea Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Canning
Canned Hams-Pasteurized and Sterile
Federal Meat Inspection Regulations
Preparation
Smoking
Canning
Filling and Pressing 
Closing
Processing
Pasteurized 
Sterile
Plastic Packaged Hams
Preparation
Packaging
Processing 
 
RESTRUCTURED MEAT PRODUCTS 
 
Procedures
Chunking and Forming 
Flaking and Forming 
Tearing and Forming 
Raw Materials
Tenderization
Size Reduction
Mixing
Stuffing and Reforming
Influence of Raw Materials on Selection of Processing Procedures
Desinewing
Mechanically Deboned Meat 
Freezing and Storage
Restructured Meat  Formulations
Flaked and Formed Beef Steaks 
Raw Materials
Processing
Flaked, Formed, and Diced Beef Steak
Raw Materials
Processing
Precautions
Flaked and Formed Breaded Veal Steaks
Raw Materials
Processing 
Coating
Precautions
Flaked and Formed Breaded Pork Steaks
Materials
Processing
Coating 
Precautions
Flaked and Formed Diced Pork 
Materials
Processing
Precautions
Flaked and Formed Lamb Steaks
Materials
Processing
Precautions
Restructured Pork Roasts 
Raw Materials
Processing 
Precautions 
Restructured Beef Roasts
Materials
Processing 
Precautions 
 
METHODS FOR TENDERIZATION OF MEATS
 
Rigor Mortis- Ageing and Conditioning
Electrical Stimulations (Es)
Tender Stretch Method
Tenderization with Salts and Acids 
Providing Balanced Electrolytes
Proteolytic Enzymes-Ginger, Cucumis and Papain
Mechanical Methods
Tumbling, Massaging and Blade Tenderization
Pressure Treatment
Addition of Phosphates
 
QUALITY ASPECTS OF POULTRY MEAT AND ITS PRODUCTS 
 
 
Physico-Chemical and Functional Properties of Poultry Properties of Poultry Meat 
Composition of meat 
pH
Water holding capacity
Shear force value 
Emulsifying capacity
Emulsion stability
Cooking yield of poultry products 
Microbiological Quality of Poultry and Poultry Products 
Organoleptic Characteristics of Poultry and Poultry Products 
 
DEVELOPMENTS IN MODIFIED ATMOSPHERE PACKAGING OF MEAT POULTRY AND FISH
 
Introduction
Modified Atmosphere Technology
Equipments and Films for Map
Effect of Gases on Map Foods 
Effect of Oxygen (O2)
Effect of Nitrogen (N2)
Effect of Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Effect of Map on the Quality of Fresh Meats
Beef and Buffalo Meat 
Pork Meat
Poultry Meat
Fish Meat
Effect of Map on Processed Meats
Sous Vide Products
Package Integrity and Quality of Map Foods
Cost Benefit Relationship
Conclusion
 
BROILLER CHICKEN
 
BUFFALOW MEAT PROCESSING
 
CHICKEN MEAT PROCESSING 
 
CHICKEN/MUTTON (SHEEP MEAT) PROCESSING
 
CHICKEN SAUSAGES & CHICKEN HAMBURGER
 
 
FROZEN MEAT
 
PIGGERY MEAT PROCESSING 
 
SUPPLIERS OF PLANT AND MACHINERIES
 
SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS
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