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Marinater or Meat injector

Posted by Sunflower_Pa (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 13, 02 at 22:41

Hi everyone,
I am wanting input on a gift for someone that loves to cook on the grill. I am wonder if the meat injector or marinater would be a good idea or not.
Any input would be helpful.


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RE: Marinater or Meat injector

Those sound like great gifts for the one who likes to grill. I have an injector and love it for my roasts and chickens. I am not familiar with marinators though, what are they? I just usually put my meat item in a large tupperware container with the marinade and let it sit overnight.

RE: Marinater or Meat injector

Thanks for your input ..I got a injector for the gift.
I seen the others on a site that it is more like a small vacuum sealer.
You put the meat into this bowl and than use the small
vacumn like tool and it marinates the minutes but it cost more than what I got.

Thanks for your input

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