Definition of surimi
: a fish product made from inexpensive whitefish and often processed to resemble more expensive seafood (such as crabmeat)
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Such a product would be far more valuable than surimi, Carroll said, and conceivably could significantly increase the price paid to fishermen.
The surimi plant converts Pacific whiting into surimi, the main ingredient in artificial crab and other seafood alternatives.
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Origin and Etymology of surimi
Japanese, chopped meat or fish
First Known Use: 1976See Words from the same year
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