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marinate

n. to wait calmly for something to happen. I’ll just sit here and marinate until you figure out what you want us to do.
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The two-part thermoformed rollstock package creates an easy, sanitary marinating process.
If the meat is off the bone you can get away with a shorter marinating time.
ValueSpray offers quick and easy in-line marinating of bone-in, frozen, fresh or further processed meat and poultry portions enabling food processors to meet the increasing demand from retailers for marinated products such as steaks, fillets and burgers.
Fish doesn't need any tenderizing so it requires only a short period of marinating to impart the chosen flavor.
Indeed, carcinogenic compounds were reduced by as much as 88% after marinating for six hours.
MARINATING steak in beer can help fight cancer, according to research by scientists.
When marinating, use glass or ceramic containers or heavy-duty zip-top plastic bags.
The marinades can be injected directly into game meat with the company's reusable food syringes or used in the more traditional method of marinating (add marinade to meat, refrigerate for several hours, then cook).
Macerate--Similar to marinating, macerating generally refers to sprinkling cut fruit, such as strawberries or peaches, with sugar to draw the liquid out.
If marinating salmon (through step 2) up to 1 day ahead, chill airtight.
When marinating, always use a glass or a plastic container because it won't react to the acid in the marinade.
Pre-cooking or marinating cuts HCAs (see "Avoiding HCAs and PAHS").
Wolf-tec is a leading global manufacturer of technologically advanced processing equipment for marinating and curing meat products.
When marinating chicken, pork and lamb, 12 hours is the perfect time, especially if the meat is on the bone.