Freeze Stew Meat Before Cutting
If you have enough time before starting your stew, or can plan it ahead, freeze your meat almost but not quite, solid, then chop it into whatever size chunks you need. The almost frozen meat doesn't slide around on the cutting board as much, and you are much less likely to slice yourself!
By Eileen from Elk Grove, CA
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That's a good idea. However, if you don't have time to freeze you can use scissors. I have a pair that I use only for meats. Works like a charm and you don't even need to dirty a cutting board.
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