Meat Injector: Tips In Marinating Meat

Is there such a thing as healthy meat? Unhealthy meat? If so (for either question, that is), how do we find out which is which? Is there a way to know the specific kinds that are good for you? Well, yes, there definitely is. In the advent of trying to eat healthy to live and be healthy, it’s time to be more mindful of what you put inside your stomach. Take a look at our favorite meat injector to add flavor to that meat slab. And don’t worry, we’ll tell you how to do it.

Meat Injector: Tips In Marinating Meat

Meat Injector: Meat 101: Part 2

You’ve decided it’s time to make better and wiser choices when it comes to food. Exercising is one thing. Mobile activities to help our bodies burn fat. These definitely are a part of why the trick works. But most of the weight we gain or lose is actually a result of what we eat.

You’ve heard it said a million times before. Diet and exercise always go together. No one should contest this fact. No one should even try. It’s silly to say that one can work without the other. Although, others HAVE done it. They go on a strict diet without exercising. Or the other way around, they exercise like hell but don’t give a… care… about what they partake of.

Yes, both of these methods work. They work in terms of giving you your desired weight and shape. However, being in shape doesn’t always mean that you’re healthy. The cliché that the internal matters just as much as you value the external. That’s very true, even in this context. Have your desired weight. You can absolutely achieve that easily. But keeping healthy now, and continuously after? Now that’s where the real challenge lies.

Meat Injector: How To Marinate Meat

Meat Injector: Tips In Marinating Meat

Let’s start with something familiar. Pork. For meat eaters out there, do read on. For non meat eaters, you can still do the same. Because similarly, you will be able to apply the same marinating technique to veggie meat. Just with different proportions when it comes to ingredients.

Grilled pork chops. Meat that’s easy to purchase. Meat that cooks easily as well. Of course, the first step is always to wash it. Wash it thoroughly. Some experts say that washing pork at least three times is the magic right there. Lay the piece on a platter to air dry for a while. Just enough so it isn’t dripping wet with water.

If the slab isn’t cut yet, then do so with our meat slicer. Follow the instructions and voila! Chopped pork, hassle-free! Now, what to marinate it in? We’re going to give you one of our basic, yet very palate-satisfying recipes. All you’ll need are soy sauce, manchester sauce, brown sugar, and garlic.

In a wide bowl (not deep), pour in a cup of soy sauce. Or at least enough so that the pork slabs can be drenched well. Add half a cup of manchester sauce. If you don’t have it, you can replace it with a few squirts of lemon. Then, mix in chopped and pressed garlic.

Brown sugar instead of white refined sugar. Not only is it less processed, but it adds a distinct flavor. So it doesn’t only sweeten the mixture. It enhances it. A fourth of a cup of this. And simply add according to taste.

Put the pork slabs in and let it sit in the fridge overnight. Come morning, go ahead and grill that pork!

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