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Old 10-22-2008, 03:14 PM   #1
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I wonder if I can use my bad batch of beer as a marinade? ANy thoughts?



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Brats Boil them in the beer.



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Old 10-22-2008, 03:18 PM   #3
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I wonder if I can use my bad batch of beer as a marinade? ANy thoughts?
Interesting idea. Going to have to have a huge cookout to use up 5 gallons of marinade though. I'll remember this for future reference in case I ever make a bad batch.
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Old 10-22-2008, 03:20 PM   #4
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LOL... I'm going to try it this weekend. I'll let you know.

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"Recent studies by German food chemist Udo Pollmer indicate that soaking red or white meats in beer, before grilling, reduces the formation of cancer-causing HCA’s (heterocyclic amines), and actually prevents the formation of these compounds. In his book Lexikon der Populären Ernährungsirrtümer (or Dictionary of Popular Food/Nutrition Misbeliefs), Pollmer expunges the myths about beer being bad for your health, and exposes the benefits of marinating with beer and spices. One catch…the beer must be alcoholic."

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I can testify to the benifits of marinading with beer... Just try it...

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My very favorite rib marinade/rub is based around dry stout, mustard and brown sugar.

What makes it a bad batch? Some flavors might or will carry over to whatever your marinading.

Green apple flavored chicken...



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