Diogenese_wy Wrote:
Dec 05, 2012 6:59 PM
Ten years ago, rejected fat, sinew, bloody effluvia, and occasional bits of meat cut from carcasses were a waste product called ‘trimmings’ sold primarily as pet food. Now they liquefy the trimmings and separate the sinews and fats from the meat, leaving a mash described as 'pink slime', which is sold as a low-cost additive to hamburger.