Sausage Roll - The Perfect Fusion of Pastry and Reformed meat
Reformed meat is defined as 'any product which has the appearance of a cut, slice or portion of meat, formed by ''tumbling'' chopped meat with or without the addition of finely comminuted meat, the soluble proteins of which bind the small pieces together'. So - you take a piece of meat, chop it up into very small bits, throw them all up into the air then put them all back together so that it looks like, er, a piece of meat. Well what's the point of that? Have we missed something here? And while we're asking questions, what does 'comminuted' mean? Help!
Here's a retro t-shirt that doesn't need reforming, it's fine as it is thank you very much. Oh and we've just looked up comminuted and it means 'reduced to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading' - so at least that's cleared that up.