Originally Posted by smokincracker
I keep a spray bottle with one cup apple cider vinegar and 3 cups water.
I spray all my meat down well and then rinse with cold water and dry with paper towels prior to prepping.
If you try it once you will most likely make it a habit.
Eliminates any odor and kills any surface bacteria.
Eliminates the slime from the meat and makes it much easier to handle.
Good tip Jimmy. I usually just rinsed with cold water and patted dry with paper towels but I'm going to try this.
That slime sure makes it hard to handle a big ole butt or packer with gloves on.
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