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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    Mum makes a wicked Worcestershire sauce and I've got bottles and bottles of it so I'll use a fair bit of that I reckon
    Just watch that the Worcestershire doesn't end up too salty. Also, the meat doesn't have too be cut overly thin as it shrinks quite a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by taslucas View Post
    Just watch that the Worcestershire doesn't end up too salty. Also, the meat doesn't have too be cut overly thin as it shrinks quite a lot

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    They say you should use as much salt as possible to cure the meat and kill bacteria.
    The Worcestershire isn't too salty anyway, it's sweet and fruity and tastes bloody awesome. Makes a crappy steak more edible

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    Yeah that's weird. A mate experimented with lots of bought marinades and some ended up really really salty and not nice to eat.

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    Marinating steak and cooking it properly makes crappy steak more edible too lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by taslucas View Post
    Marinating steak and cooking it properly makes crappy steak more edible too lol

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    Marinating a steak can ruin a great steak too.

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    Depends what you use. A marinade isn't only a sweet sticky blob out of a bottle. It can be as simple as olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper.



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    I always use olive oil, salt and pepper but a crappy steak is a crappy steak! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    I always use olive oil, salt and pepper but a crappy steak is a crappy steak! Lol
    Try some garlic and rosemary. I hope you don't cook them well done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taslucas View Post
    Try some garlic and rosemary. I hope you don't cook them well done?

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    What do you think I am!? Well done is down right disrespectful!
    Though in saying that, this thread was about drying the absolute bejeezus out of beef soooooo...

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    Haha yep.

    Just asked a mate that did a fair bit of jerky last year. His favourite was mint lamb. He bought mint sauce from the shop (the thin vinegary stuff) But he said the down side is that fat free lamb is pretty expensive.

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