Transglutaminase…what is it?

Transglutaminase is an enzyme that’s found naturally in humans, animals and plants. As its nickname suggests, it acts as a glue, holding together proteins found in common foods like meat baked goods and cheese.

I use it to make my lunch meat. Gluing two turkey breasts or multiple chicken breasts together to produce large slices of meat.

You don’t need to use it. Just souse vide single breasts.

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