High temperature salting of fish mince

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Talabi, S.O.; Sorinmade, S.O.; Nwanekezie, R.U.; Aliu, A.;
  • Subject: Conservation | Fisheries
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | otorhinolaryngologic diseases | technology, industry, and agriculture

Freshly caught miscellaneous fish were transported to the laboratory, gutted and washed before mechanical separation into bone and mince. Seven batches of the mince were then treated with seven different concentrations (Wt/Wt) of sodium chloride before cooking. The cook... View more
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