[2016-11-07] 6 tips for barbecue - Non carcinogenic from barbecue to enjoy your delicacy

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Food selection:
You'd better to select less fat meat such as chicken or pork tenderloin, squid, oysters and other seafood. And it is advised to stick the vegetables such as tomatoes, green pepper, mushroom, pumpkin, onion, which are a perfect choice for kebab. Scallop and other seafood are forbidden to use the sauce, and it tastes delicious to put some garlic roast directly on the seafood while you are broiling them. And this could reduce the production of carcinogens.

Removing Oil and Skinless
Firstly, you should remove the oil of fat meat so that it could reduce damage of the PAHs problem because the oil might fall on the coals. For instance, when you start to grill chicken, you need to grill the meat and skin together. Then make the skinless chicken. In this case, the fat, calories, and carcinogens will be reduced a lot as well as you could keep the delicious meat.

Cut the meat into small pieces
Cut the meat into thin pieces. And it will short the caked time. Meanwhile, it will produce much less HCAs material than it usually does.

To pickle meat with sauce in advance, especially if you add olive oil in the curing material, this not only improves flavor taste, but also substantially reduces 90% of HCAs which could cause the cancer. Want to make barbecue taste better, lower health risk, it is recommended that you put some garlic in the marinade.

Packaged by Tinfoil
Package the meat by using tinfoil and put it on the barbecue grill so it can avoid the fire and tricking oil, even the HCAs. What’s more, it is easy for you to clean the barbecue grill. You need to remember to flip over the meat which will taste better and reduce the worries of health concerns because of the burnt meat.

Healthy Drinks
It is best to drink the warm barley tea or green tea with grilling meat so that it is good to solve the greasy and protect your stomach. Do not drink as eating barbecue. The surveys show that the alcohol is not a carcinogen. However, it has a significant auxiliary carcinogenic effect.
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