Tag: hot dogs

To Replace Beef Fat in Hot Dogs, Try Using Something Like Paper

By Veronique Greenwood | March 22, 2012 8:43 am

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Hot dogs are pretty bizarre already (proof: the infamous pink slime video). But they may take a turn for the weirder, should a new beef-fat substitute take off. It’s a gel made from ethyl cellulose that combines the physical properties of beef fat with the nutritional properties of a postage stamp.

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