This was asked of me a couple of days ago. There are a number of types of the real name is Transglutaminase enzyme it is used in a lot more products. From fish balls hot dogs and all types of processed meats, sausage, making milk and yogurt creamier, noodles firmer.
I think part of the mis information on the subject comes from the fact that it is in the human body, and has a role in a number of diseases. It is a biological polymer that are indispensable for the organism to create barriers and stable structures. Examples are blood clots, coagulation factorXIII and skin and hair.
It is processed from animal blood by fermentation.
There are a number of types available online from a variety of food and cooking supply sources.
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