Posted by sean on July 3, 2010 at 7:41 pm in Too Random To Categorise with 1 Comment

Recently I made an addition to the pallet of foods which I will avoid. Joining fish and parmesan cheese is REFORMED ham. I have always liked ham sandwiches, including the cheap perfectly square slices of pig, which is known as ‘reformed ham’. However, this week I learnt the horrible secret about how this meat is made…

Basically a pig is killed. From the carcass, all the best meat is taken off for pork chops, bacon, rich mans ham and the McRib burger.

They then remove the bits intended for the dog food, kebab shops and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.

What is left alongside the mix of bone, skin, brain and pig fat is flushed with water into a big bucket and boiled. The concoction is mixed and stuck together (probably with glue), sliced and sold as ‘reformed ham’. Not nice!

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  1. Rich

    July 3, 2010 - 8:19 pm

    It tastes good though 🙂

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