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Animal Marinade Feed

Internally marinades animals while they feed
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Animal feed which, unknowingly to the animal, marinades it during its lifetime. This should dramatically speed up BBQ preparation times.
ilawrow, May 17 2001

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       Nice.   

       Could this work for vegetables as well somehow? Then our salads could be ready-dressed as well.
oobersteph, May 17 2001
  

       Baked, in nature, as the flesh of any animal tends to be flavoured by what they have eaten. Thus, free-range and organic foodstuffs taste of something whereas their intensively-reared equivalents do not.
[waugs]: was that deliberate?
angel, May 17 2001
  

       I just bought some Prosciutto di Parma from the Wine and Cheese Cask near Harvard Square, Cambridge Mass. This particular flavor of Prosciutto comes from hogs that have been fattened on Acorns.   

       Mmmm. This technique is *very* tasty but the meat does cost $19.95/pound. --Pehr Anderson
pehr, Aug 20 2002
  

       Perhaps cattle should be fed on Charcoal and Mesquite(sp.).
ImBack, Aug 20 2002
  

       I know of some companies that are developing artificial organs that have discovered a way of cooking a live cow from the inside out...mmmm mmmm good! thats fresh
gniterobot, Aug 21 2002
  

       The organs figured out how to do that?
Corona688, Dec 07 2002
  
      
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