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Minced or ground beef

Mincing or grinding is a cooking technique in which food ingredients are cut finely divided. The effect is to create a closely bonded mixture of ingredients and a soft or pasty texture. Flavoring ingredients with spices or condiments such as garlic, ginger, and fresh herbs may be minced to distribute flavour more evenly in a mixture. Additionally bruising of the tissue can release juices and oils to deliver flavours uniformly in a sauce.

The English term minced beef is identical to the American term ground beef.

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