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The morning I decided to make this roast, I was in the 'Zaar chat room chatting with other members. I asked for their advice and input as to how to cook it and what to put in it. They happily gave me their input, hence the recipe name. This was a "group effort" Other 'Zaar members helped me too. Buffalo is very lean. There is very little fat on it and it tends to be be tough. Therefore you need to soak the roast in a brine solution for 48 hours before cooking it. You can either use the recipe I have included or you can use DiNeals Master Brine Recipe for Meats. I used that recipe and made a few changes to it to make my own recipe. It also needs to be slow cooked. Buffalo is sweeter than beef. I thought it tasted better than beef. This recipe is very versatile. Since there is salt in the brine, I did not add salt to the recipe. You can add more vegetables or seasonings if you want according to your taste. **Please note: Since Roger/OH's review, this recipe has been edited to include oregano in the brine ingredients list.
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Serving Size: 1 (4361 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
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McCormick's Montreal Brand steak seasoning