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Sonicating Marinade Bath

Accelerated tenderization for those tough cuts of meat
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Take a refrigerated, sonicating water bath, slap a Starfrit logo on it, pour in some marinade, and place a slab of meat in for an hour. The sonic pulses serve to tenderize the meat, allowing the marinade to perfuse into the tissue faster.
Cuit_au_Four, May 11 2013

Baked... http://fc08.deviant...6268808-d3rbn41.jpg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, May 12 2013]

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       Alternaively, one way would be to have many very thin holes in the meat.   

       A system of trained hedgehogs using a small trampoline would do the trick.
not_morrison_rm, May 12 2013
  

       Is "alternaively" a different way to be innocent?   

       But to the original idea, interesting. I wonder if the sonication would make a difference?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 12 2013
  

       //"alternaively"   

       Yes, I liked it, so I left it in. I'm taking it as "being too naive to consider alternatives", but it's up to you.
not_morrison_rm, May 12 2013
  

       " If you vacuum seal in a bag you can do chilled tenderising followed by cooking in high temp water bath. "   

       I'm eager to try this - I'll take a hot bath tonight.
normzone, May 12 2013
  

       I think [normzone] knows what he's talking about. :)
xandram, May 14 2013
  
      
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