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CathyZ from Kauai

Anna, sometimes corned beef is that way but......

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Posted to Thread #29492 at 2:50 pm on Mar 18, 2017

My thought is that you should have put the crockpot on low immediately and let it go for at least 6 hours then cranked up to medium for another hour. By starting on high then going to medium maybe it "seized" the meat up.

Have you thought of making hash or corned beef "burger" patties out of your leftover corned beef?

Sometimes no matter how reputable the source, you can get a tough piece of meat. Haven't you ever paid big bucks for, say, a great-looking steak or standing rib roast only to find after it is cooked that it is tough as can be? Boy, I have! Corned beef too. Just because it is corned is not a guarantee.


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