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Do you save water/juices produced by cooked meat?

If so, share examples of how you use it.

 
CoffeeWriter

Asked by CoffeeWriter at 11:06 AM on Mar. 10, 2011 in Food & Drink

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  • Sometimes - it's good for gravy or stock or sometimes if fixing boxed rice or stuffing I sub meat juices for the water or at least as much of it as I can. It gives it so much more flavor.
    j45505

    Answer by j45505 at 11:52 AM on Mar. 10, 2011

  • When I roast a chicken if I'm not making gravy with the pan drippings I put them in a ziplock bag with the carcass and freeze it for making stock. If I'm roasting a beef or pork roast I keep the drippings with the leftover meat to keep it from drying out.
    scout_mom

    Answer by scout_mom at 11:08 AM on Mar. 10, 2011

  • no...i may use the same skillet i cooked bacon or sausage in to make gravy on occasion, but that's it.
    dullscissors

    Answer by dullscissors at 11:11 AM on Mar. 10, 2011

  • I should but I don't. I use it for gravy on the current meal.
    Alexias30

    Answer by Alexias30 at 11:15 AM on Mar. 10, 2011

  • I use it to make stock or gravy.
    Musicmom80

    Answer by Musicmom80 at 11:16 AM on Mar. 10, 2011

  • Some - chicken & turkey I add the juices, carcass, skin, etc, and lots of water to make stock. A beef roast I might make some gravy. Other than that, no, I don't save the stuff - it goes to the dog.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:23 AM on Mar. 10, 2011

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