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  • Non spicy/curry/etc. meat marinade suggestions?

    What do you all marinate your meat in? My family doesn't really like spicy or Indian type spices...garlic is fine, but that's about as spicy as we go. Suggestions? Thanks!

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    For fish and for poultry I like to do a marinade of chopped lemongrass, garlic, lime zest and juice and olive oil, and for red meats a base of ginger, garlic, a splash of tamari and olive oil work well. Or for fish and chicken a paste made of chopped coriander/cilantro and lime juice is delicious.

    Another one of our favourites is to mix fresh thyme, lemon zest, lemon juice, garlic and olive oil - delicious with pork and chicken.

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    • #3
      I know it isn't primal but olive oil and worcestershire sauce on red meat is great

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      • #4
        Watch out with Worcestershire sauce - it's got wheat in it .... I found an acceptable wheat free on, though.

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        • #5
          This one is best on chicken:

          2 Tbs. Lemon juice
          1 Tsp. grated ginger root
          1 Tbs. Tamari
          4 Tbs. honey
          1/2 Tsp. paprika
          1 Tsp. salt
          1 Tsp. Pepper

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          • #6
            Originally posted by oliviascotland View Post
            Watch out with Worcestershire sauce - it's got wheat in it .... I found an acceptable wheat free on, though.
            Oooh, do share! I love the taste on red meat and I figure a few drops can't be too bad. But wheat-free, yeah!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by oliviascotland View Post
              Watch out with Worcestershire sauce - it's got wheat in it
              It's not proper Worcestershire sauce if it's got wheat in. Stick with the original Lea & Perrins & it should be fine.

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              • #8
                As a family of coeliacs, I can assure you that the Lea & Perrins elicits a reaction, and isn't gluten-free!! I wish it were, as it tastes much better - it has malt vinegar in it, which is a no-no if you're avoiding gluten.

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                • #9
                  Sea Salt, Garlic, Ginger, Basil, Soy (Tamari) and Olive Oil.
                  Disclaimer: I eat 'meat and vegetables' ala Primal, although I don't agree with the carb curve. I like Perfect Health Diet and WAPF Lactofermentation a lot.

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                  • #10
                    If you eat yogurt (and a runny goat's milk yoghurt works well with this, or a thick sheeps milk yog.)-
                    Yogurt, smoked paprika, garlic, black or white pepper, a bit of lemon rind. Use like a tandoori marinade on chicken fillets/thighs/pieces, or firm white fish. Simple, doesn't taste Asian (it's more Med/Eastern Euro, I guess) and is awesome!

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                    • #11
                      The Original Worcestershire Sauce Nutrition Information - Lea & Perrins - Unwrap the Possibilities

                      Looks like they took the malt vinegar out and replaced it with white vinegar, which while not in any way nutritional, might not be a bad thing for people with wheat issues.

                      They do however have "natural flavorings" and I'm pretty leary of those.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
                        The Original Worcestershire Sauce Nutrition Information - Lea & Perrins - Unwrap the Possibilities

                        Looks like they took the malt vinegar out and replaced it with white vinegar, which while not in any way nutritional, might not be a bad thing for people with wheat issues.
                        That's the US version. The genuine one still has malt vinegar. The white vinegar almost certainly comes from corn. It does contain gluten (& says as much on the label), but not wheat.

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                        • #13
                          Vinegar comes from corn??? Oh no, I have never questioned how it was made. I am going to check all my condiments again now!

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