Handbook of meat and meat processing / editored by Y.H. Hui ; associate editors J.L. Aalhues ... [et al.].
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- ISBN: 9781439836835 (hbk. : alk. paper)
- ISBN: 1439836833 (hbk. : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: xviii, 982 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
- Edition: 2nd ed.
- Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2012.
|General Note:|| Rev. ed. of: Meat science and applications / edited by Y.H. Hui ... [et al.]. 2001.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| 1: Meat industries, characteristics and manufacturing processes -- 2: Muscle Biology -- 3: Meat Composition -- 4: Postmortem Muscle Chemistry -- 5: Meat color -- 6: Flavors and Flavor Generation of Meat Products -- 7: Analytical Methods for Meat and Meat Products -- 8: Recent Advances in Meat Quality Assessment -- 9: Beef texture and juiciness -- 10: Sensory Evaluation of Muscle Foods -- 11: Meat and Functional Foods -- 12: Meat Species Identification -- 13: Sources and control of microbial contamination on red meat -- 14: Application of Proteomics to Understand Meat Quality -- 15: Antemortem Handling -- 16: Postmortem Handling -- 17: Electrical Stimulation in Meat Processing -- 18: Carcass Evaluation -- 19: Chilling and Freezing Meat -- 20: Irradiation of Meat -- 21: Slaughtering Operations and Equipment -- 22: A Review of Kosher Laws with an emphasis on meat and meat products -- 23: Meat Emulsions -- 24: Mechanical Deboning -- 25: Breading -- 26: Marination: Ingredient Technology -- 27: Marination: Processing Technology -- 28: Drying: Principles and Applications -- 29: Thermal Technology -- 30: Meat-Curing Technology -- 31: Meat-Smoking Technology -- 32: Meat Fermentation -- 33: Nonmeat Ingredients and AdditivesChapter 34: Meat and Meat Products
35: Meat and commerce in the United States : label requirements and purchase specifications -- 36: Safe practices for sausage production in the United States -- 37: Mold-Ripened Sausages -- 38: Chinese Sausages -- 39: Dry-Cured Ham -- 40: Turkish Pastirma: A Dry-Cured Beef Product -- 41: An overview on meat safety in the United States -- 42: Sanitation performance standards -- 43: Hazard Analysis and critical control point system -- 44: Shelf-stable processed meat products -- 45: Not shelf-stable processed meat products -- 46: Processing raw products, safety requirements in the United States -- 47: Ground meat processing and safety -- 48: Guidance on meat establishment facilities and equipment -- 49: Sanitation of food-processing equipment -- 50: Enforcement tools for meat in commerce in the United States -- 51: Meat processing and workers' safety -- Appendix : A discussion of stunned and nonstunned slaughter
|Summary, etc.:|| "Featuring twenty new chapters reflecting current interest and updating safety and quality standards and regulations, this second edition of an industry reference covers state of the art science, technology, and applications of meat products, by-products, and meat processing as well as worker safety, waste management, slaughtering, carcass evaluation, meat safety, and animal handling issues, both national and international. New topics include beef and raw meat preservation, Jewish and Muslim slaughter and preservation rules, the use of non-meat ingredients, and newly popular processing methods such as emulsion, deboning, marination, and breading"-- Provided by publisher.
"Preface The consumption of red meat and meat products has a long history in most cultures. Meat is a source of nutrients, as well as a sign of wealth in some countries. Various techniques have been developed in different parts of the world over the centuries to preserve meat for extended shelf life and enjoyment. Even nonedible parts of animals are used for various reasons. Thus, meat, meat products, and by-products are important to our daily life. In the past three decades, many books on the science and technology of meats and meat products have been published. Many of these books are useful reference texts and well received by professionals in the meat industries, academia, and the government. Meat Science and Applications is one such example. It was published in 2001 by the then Marcel Dekker of New York. A decade later, the current publisher, CRC Press, is releasing a second edition of the book with a new title Handbook of Meat and Meat Processing. The change in title reflects the expansion of coverage in depth and breadth from the first edition, as illustrated in the table of contents of this book. Apart from updating materials in the first edition, the new edition contains 51 chapters instead of 27. This second edition is divided into six parts. Part I covers an overview of the meat processing industries in the United States followed by chapters on muscle biology, meat composition, and chemistry. Part II covers meat attributes and characteristics such as color, flavor, and analyses. Part III describes the primary processing of meat, including antemortem and postmortem slaughter, carcass evaluation, religious status, and so on. Part IV discusses the principles and applications in the secondary processing of meat, for example, breading, curing, and fermentation"-- Provided by publisher.
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