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Best Marinade Injectors

Updated November 2018
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    A marinade injector is a kitchen utensil which allows the cook to inject moisture directly into a piece of meat to create better overall flavor. The marinade injector looks like a large needle. The injector works along the same premise as a syringe. You pull back the end of the syringe to suck up the marinade, insert a large needle-like tool into the meat, and push the plunger back down to inject the juices. Variations on these marinade injectors include the material with which the injector is made. Look for stainless steel for a long-lasting and easy to keep clean tool. Some injectors come with more than one needle. Others come with helpful instruction books on how to best use the injectors for those who are new to the process. Look for a model that comes apart easily for cleaning.

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