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Meat Sprinkles

For When Food Simply Isn't Meaty Enough.
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A selection of meats e.g. beef, chicken, veal which are ground up into a fine powder to be sprinkled on food.

Would work well with pizzas, salads and baked potatoes among others.

hidden truths, Jul 29 2005

Umami http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umami#Umami
"...Umami is considered basic in Japanese and Chinese cooking, but is not discussed as much in Western cuisine, where it is sometimes referred to as "savory", "meaty" or "moreish."..." [zen_tom, Jul 29 2005]

oxo cube. http://www.design-technology.org/oxo.htm
[po, Jul 29 2005]


       Edit: It is designed for each meat to be in a seperate dispenser a la parmesan cheese. Although you would be welcome to try combining all different meat sprinkles with your meals.
hidden truths, Jul 29 2005

       Like bacon bits?   

       My Chinese market has dried fried pork in sprinklable form.
baconbrain, Jul 29 2005

       Argh, I only came up with an idea similar to this a couple days ago to >_< .
EvilPickels, Jul 29 2005

       It's a little backwards, but when you're on the go, simply take lettuce and tomato, and sprinkle some hamburger powder over it for a complete meal. +
phundug, Jul 29 2005

       Yes baked in the form of bacon bits or, if you accept the Eastern take on our sense of taste. i.e. the basic taste of umami, then this is baked in the form of MSG.
zen_tom, Jul 29 2005

       Yes bacon bits are fairly small [zen_tom], but I was thinking in terms of a powder form.
hidden truths, Jul 30 2005

       Lunch on the go! [+]
Sudok, Jul 30 2005


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