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What Are the Technological Aspects of Animal Foods?

What Are the Technological Aspects of Animal Foods?


most people think of animal foods, they may picture the animals themselves and what they eat in the wild, or even images of farm animals living on farms. However, when you take an animal food like chicken and consider the technological aspects of it, you may see that there are numerous technologies at play that allow you to experience the delicious taste of chicken with little to no knowledge of where your food came from and how it got to your plate. In this article, we’ll examine the technological aspects of animal foods like chicken and other meat products to show that these aspects may be more important than you’d think!


Milk

After weaning, all mammals naturally produce a sugar called lactose. Lactose is essential to digesting and metabolizing milk, although most human cultures have lost their ability to make lactase, which breaks down lactose in dairy products.


Eggs

The U.S. egg industry is, by far, one of the largest and most highly advanced in terms of technology and automation. Nearly 99 percent of all eggs consumed in America come from hens living in industrial barns with automated feeding systems, light timers that mimic a natural sunrise/sunset cycle, and temperature controls to ensure proper ventilation at all times.


Meat

It’s long been a staple in diets worldwide. But meat isn’t just for consumption, there are technological aspects to it as well! That’s right, many animal foods have technological purposes that aren’t directly related to taste. From tallow candles to clarified butter and more, here are some examples of how we use animal products beyond eating them.


Guts

Unlike plants, animals possess a small organ called a stomach that helps break down and digest large amounts of food before it enters their bloodstream. Additionally, animal foods have to be cooked thoroughly before eating. Without proper cooking, meat can contain bacteria or parasites that may pose health risks to humans. To prevent these dangerous organisms from entering your body, make sure you cook meats until they are fully browned on both sides and steaming hot throughout.


Skin

Large animals like cattle require a lot of space to raise, which makes transporting them challenging and costly. Because there’s also not much extra space on ranches and farms, it can be difficult to isolate certain groups for breeding. Many ranchers depend on artificial insemination (AI) in order to breed their livestock efficiently. The most popular bovine AI technique involves using ultrasound waves to guide a plastic syringe containing semen from bulls into cows’ uteruses.


Technology of Animal Foods(TAF)

Technology of animal foods has changed the course of history. It helped lead to the boom of America and it leads the way towards a more technologically advanced world. Aside from physical tools, animal foods (as food) have technological aspects that make them so popular, nutritious, and desired. These include health benefits as well as taste. Moreover, these technological aspects make raising animals for meat efficient, which has allowed an increase in worldwide meat production during recent years.

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