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Overcooked Meat? Try This Trick

Learn how to get dry meat to re-absorb moisture with this simple method.

Every kitchen has it's own dirty little secrets. Maybe it's the five-second rule. Or the sniff test once something's past the expiration date.

The best secrets get you out of a real jam, like when you overcook your pork loin and dinner seems headed for the trash.

Any good chef knows how to think on her feet and there's no reason leaving a roast in the oven for too long has to ruin your reputation. Follow the tip in this video for a quick and easy way to bring flavor and moisture back to your overcooked meat and no one will know you didn't plan it that way. 

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This article is part of Mix It Up, an editorial series created in collaboration with AOL's Kitchen Daily and Huffington Post. It is dedicated to making the lives of mothers easier through articles, videos and slideshows focused on simple and creative solutions to everyday challenges. From healthy recipes to exciting ideas for a more balanced lifestyle, this section aims to become a resource for moms everywhere. 

GreenInOC March 21, 2014 at 07:25 PM
I find this series so annoying! I don't always want to watch a video! Why not write the information for readers to, oh I don't know, READ, and post the video for those that want to watch it?!

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