Is there a way to start sending a message before its fully composed?

Say we have messages like this:

message Entity
{
    required int32 id = 1;
    required string name = 2;
}

message Entities
{
   repeated Entity entity = 1;
}

If we're sending a message Entities with 1,000 Entity objects in it,
is there a way to avoid composing the entire message in memory,
serializing it, and then sending it out?

I'd like to avoid allocating RAM for the entire message, and just send
it out as I compose it...

thx,

- Alex
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