Pork, beef and lamb cuts and joints.

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Pork, beef and lamb cuts and joints.

  1. 1.  StarterWith the person next to you, can you list the three main animals we eat in the uk?These are: Pigs - Ham, Gammon, pork and bacon Sheep - Lamb and Mutton Beef - Beef and veal We also eat poultry - Chicken , Turkey, Duck and Goose
  2. 2.  To Understand the different types of meat available to theconsumer To understand the three main animals we eat in the UK,To understand what meat is made up from and why somemeats are tougher than others To understand the correct preparation and cookingmethods of meats and its importance
  3. 3. Meat is made up of long, thin muscle fibres held together with connective tissues.Some cuts of meat are tougher than others.Tough meets are for example:The muscles in these cuts have long fibres and muscle tissue• Shin beef/Stewing, braising, simmering, boiling.Softer meets that can be cooked quickly:•Fillet•Sirloin•And rumpFrying, sauté, grillingThe muscle fibres are shorter so require less time in cooking
  4. 4.  To have some or all knowledge of the different types of meat available to the consumer To have some or all understand the three main animals we eat in the UK, To some or all understand of what meat is made up from and why some meats are tougher than others To have some or all understand the correct preparation and cooking methods of meats and its importance

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