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Catering, Food Handling and Awareness *OnTopic* Forum to educate us on safe food handling. Not specifically for Catering or competition but overall health and keeping our families safe too.


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Unread 02-03-2010, 10:34 PM   #1
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K, so I wanna cure some beef and pork in the same recipe brine. Any problem throwin them in the same bucket with the right amount of cure to weight and spices? I'm lookin for the same cure while checkin the differenent properties.
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keep it covered it will be fine
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It'd probably be fine, but I can't bring myself to put different meats in the same brine Just don't feel right.
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its good i do 2 meets when i do pastrami brine.
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If there's a question, just split it ip into 2 different containers,,,,I'm kind of a purist so I wouldn't do it just out of habit, but just offhand I suppose it would be ok.
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Never put two different meats in the same brine. Cross contamination is a huge NO NO!
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Ask yourself this question...

If you marinades 10 chicken breasts in a teriyaki sauce.. After your done and cooked the chicken and some steaks on the grill.. would you glaze the steak or brush it with the same marinade?!!

some things are meant to be seperate and like OC said.. DONT DO IT!! you can make someone seriously sick!!!
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Ask yourself this question...

If you marinades 10 chicken breasts in a teriyaki sauce.. After your done and cooked the chicken and some steaks on the grill.. would you glaze the steak or brush it with the same marinade?!!

some things are meant to be seperate and like OC said.. DONT DO IT!! you can make someone seriously sick!!!
I wouldn't glaze the chicken with it either
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I wouldn't glaze the chicken with it either


how would sweet baby rays or how about some good old kc masterpiece? made you feel nice and warm?

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Not bustin on ya Bro. I'm serious. Marinade is marinade. Glaze is glaze. I've seen people take their marinade that has had raw meat in it and brush it on while the meat is cooking. I think that is wrong. That was my only point.
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