Farouk, M. M., Hall, W. K. & Swan, J.E. (2000). Attributes of beef sausage batters, patties and restructured roasts from two boning systems. Journal of Muscle Foods, 11, 3, 197-212.
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Sausage batters, patties, hot-set (HS) and cold-set (CS) roasts were processed from electrically stimulated hot-boned or nonstimulated cold-boned beef (two of the boning systems used in New Zealand) that had been held for 1 month at-18C (ESHBF or NSCBF) or at 0 to 1 C (ESHBC or NSCBC). Also, patties were made from 50:50 mixes of frozen and chilled ESHB or NSCB beef. Meat treatment did not affect the cook yield or shear stress and strain of sausage batters or the bind and extension of HS roast. Cook yield (P<0.001) and compressive strength were higher (P<0.05) for patties made from chilled or a mix of frozen and chilled meat than for those made solely from frozen beef. Cooking increased the bind strength but decreased the extension (P<0.001) ofCS roast. Meat storage temperature had more effect on beef products attributes than the boning systems.