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  • What is a yummy marinade for eating raw meat?

    I'd like to eat raw meat more often now and I do like the taste of it just plain with sea salt but I'm looking for a marinade that will not just taste good but also kill any bad bacteria? Right now I have a glass container with sliced top sirloin marinating in lime juice.

    Does anyone have a special mix?

    or any go-to easy marinades?

    Thanks
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  • #2
    i normally just eat it because i like it like that and dont stress about bad bacteria. you can make a cerviche. just google some recipes. these often get done with seafood. or you could do kitfo which isnt marinated but tastes good.

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    • #3
      I'll look that up. thanks!

      I'm not too worried about bacteria, I think it's something important that's missing in this society, but I don't want anything very harmful to get ingested that's a result of some unnatural practices with the meat processing from the farm I get it from.

      We have to be a little careful these days.
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      • #4
        Look up some recipes for carpaccio and see if any appeal.

        Like this: Beef Carpaccio - ABC TV: The Cook and the Chef

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        • #5
          oh great thanks
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          • #6
            Lea and perrins, whilst not strictly primal, is excellent with raw meat and will kill bacteria. Bacon, as a cured meat, is also fine to eat raw -- the brave man's parma ham! Mmm!

            I just eat mine plain. Cheap mince, liver, chicken, steak, chops... Anything. Haven't got ill from it yet.
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            • #7
              You can't kill bacteria without cooking the meat. Acids like vinegar will retard growth, but you're not planning on keeping it. I eat it with a dressing made of homemade mayonnaise and sriracha.

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              • #8
                eKatherine and Bifcus ~ Mayo dressing is sounding very good! Mayo with raw meat I haven't tried before so that will be interesting.

                eKatherine do you marinate it with your mayo dressing or just add to it when your about to eat it? If you use it as marinade, what's the longest you would marinate it for?
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                • #9
                  I just eat it. I also use mayo mixed with mustard and horseradish.

                  I don't care for marinades. I'm a dry rub kind of girl.

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                  • #10
                    I love raw meat (ground is my fav) but I only do it with meat I get from my butcher. I trust it and I know where it came from. Usually I opt for dry spices (being that I'm mixing it into ground meat.) Cumin, garlic, paprika, onion, salt... or I have a really yummy "Cajun" blend that I like. Has red and black pepper in it.

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                    • #11
                      Olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, S&P, some sambal olek if you like heat. I don't know about bacteria, but it's delicious with raw steak.
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                      • #12
                        I agree that getting your meat from a top source is key - I buy direct from farmers I know well.

                        Also read in Nourishing Traditions' recipe for steak tartare that freezing the beef first kills off bacteria.

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                        • #13
                          I made this beef heart tartare a while back and it was very good:
                          Chris Cosentino's Beef Heart Tartare - Puttanesca Style Recipe | The Daily Meal

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                          • #14
                            thanks Diana. I want to play more with spices
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                            • #15
                              yodiewan the link is not working. Ill try it again later today.
                              Thanks tho, I need some ideas with meat organs.
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