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Don't be afraid of too much meat

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Meats are great to buy in bulk because they freeze well and there are often significant sales. Also look at "family packs" sizes, which are regularly less expensive per pound for the same item. It is usually safest to separate and freeze your meats in individual portions when you get back from the store. Consult StillTasty.com to learn how to properly store your purchases and prevent freezer burn. Always remember to label anything that goes into the freezer, you'll be thanking yourself a few months later.

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posted by will_v (Contributor | 1010 Points) on 03-26-2010 03:57 PM
Defrost
Try to get the meat to room temperature before putting it in the pan. That helps to keep it juicy and evenly cooked. We try to defrost our meats the night or two before we plan to use them, but in a pinch the microwave does a good job if you use the defrost setting.
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