Lab-Tested Anti-Cancer Marinade for Your Fav Grilled Meat

Lab-Tested Anti-Cancer Marinade for Your Fav Grilled Meat created by Outta Here

This is a recipe I saved out of a usaweekend magazine years ago. I tidied it away and, of course couldn't find it again, until today. So I thought I would copy it here where I can always find it and you can too. I have put down 4 servings, but of course it will depend on what you'll be grilling.

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  • Mix all in a large bowl or zip bag. Add the meat of your choice; coat all sides. Marinate 5-10 minutes. (You may soak longer to intensify flavors, but tests show longer marination does not increase anti-cancer activity.) Remove meat from marinade and place on hot grill. Remove meat from grill as soon as it's done: Longer grilling produces more carcinogens (cancer-causing agents).
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"This is a recipe I saved out of a usaweekend magazine years ago. I tidied it away and, of course couldn't find it again, until today. So I thought I would copy it here where I can always find it and you can too. I have put down 4 servings, but of course it will depend on what you'll be grilling."
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  1. Lisa P.
    Our family loves this marinade. We haven't tried it on fish, but have used it on beef, chicken and pork. I first saw it in USA Weekend years ago, and am glad to see it here since I keep misplacing my copy!
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  2. kelciebenjamin
    This is one of my favorite marinades. My mom got this recipe from a friend when I was a child and made it often. She called it "Cancer Fighting Chicken Marinade" We top with Muenster cheese and pop back in the oven for 5 minutes. It was always my choice for my birthday dinner ;) I'm making this tonight!!
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  3. kspiers1
    I tried this recipe years ago, ( after seeing it in the USA Weekend magazine, too) and it is the best marinade recipe I have had. I added a little Cajun seasoning spice to it, and that adds a lot of pizazz. I highly recommend trying this the next time you grill. Yum - steaks tomorrow.
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  4. Outta Here
    I can't attest to the anti-cancer claim, but this is certainly a tasty marinade. And easy! I cut the recipe in half, which was just enough for a flank steak. Unfortunately, this was most likely our last grilling session of the year, since it is going into our typical Pac. NW fall weather! :) Made for Fall 2011 PAC game.
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    Lab-Tested Anti-Cancer Marinade for Your Fav Grilled Meat Created by Outta Here
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