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Visit this website (http://openstaxcollege.org/l/ lymphsystem) for an overview of the

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Visit this website (http://openstaxcollege.org/l/ lymphsystem) for an overview of the lymphatic system. What are the three main components of the lymphatic system?

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Meat Processing  “Fresh” definition o the product has never been frozen o from processing standpoint, the product is uncooked and have not been cured with nitrate/nitrite o Poultry temp. in freeze 26 degree  Cannot sell at “fresh”  Doesn’t destroy quality  “Meat Processing” definition o Any mechanical, chemical, or enzymatic treatment of meat that alters its original form  Processed, further processed, and value added o Change from original fresh form to another  Historical perspective o Dehydration and preservation done by salt and sun o Preservation done by ice and snow o Early 1800s brought canning and heat  Functions of processing o Classic – preservation and shelf-life extension o Tenderization o Increase food safety o Manipulation and control of composition (i.e. fat removal) o Portion control o Increase product variety o Increase convenience to consumers  Processed Meat Compositions o Past  More fat, less protein, less water, more salt, less non- meat ingredients o Present  Less fat, more protein, more water, less salt, more non- meat ingredients  Fresh meat still takes more case space but non fresh still plays role o On average, non-fresh is more expensive per pound  Why DO we process meat o (1) Food safety concerns o (2) desire for greater convenience and variety o (3) desire to improve quality traits and make marketing claims

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Textbook: Anatomy & Physiology
Edition: 1
Author: Kelly A. Young, James A. Wise, Peter DeSaix, Dean H. Kruse, & 6 more
ISBN: 9781938168130

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