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Use Baking Soda To Tenderize Meat

When making stews or soups, and the meat will not get tender, try dipping a large wet tablespoon in your baking soda box and stirring it into your pot. It will foam up and disappear, with no effect on the texture or taste, tenderizing your meat. It really works!


By Jayme from Mansfield, TX

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March 17, 20071 found this helpful

This is also good to take the acidity out of homemade tomato sauce, but you have to be careful as it really does foam and a little goes a long way.

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By guest (Guest Post)
March 25, 20071 found this helpful

A little sugar in your tomato based sauce recipes with reduce the acid as well!

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