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The 5th Element
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I was kinda skeptical but this thing isnt half bad...i bought the smallest one you can get for like $20, it cooked my chicken in like 3 minutes! And all the fat and stuff you don't wanna be eating rolls out into the pan, not too bad.

I'm gonna try a steak on the thing tonight.

Anyone else got one?

5th


   
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Titaniumspine
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Yeah, I have the medium size one... Steak on the GF grill isn't quite like outside on my Webber! The GF grill cooks at a higher temp and tends to make the steak a little "tougher"... It is very convenient though...


   
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The 5th Element
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yeah i cooked my first steak on it last night....i fugured hey what teh hell it was only $20....the steak wasnt too bad..but definately can't compare to a gas grill...


   
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BacardiSlang
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I agree with you guys about making the steaks tuff.
I tenderize my steaks by pounding the shit out of them with a tenderizing hammer. hehe..good for stress.


   
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(@thickthighs)
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Gentleman. Seeing as how most of the leaner cuts of beef tend to be tougher than the fattier cuts, i suggest marinating them. One of the best I have found is called Dales marinade. I know that it is available in the southern states, but not sure of elsewhere.

P.S. Take it off the grill when it still looks like it needs a Kotex; that will help with the toughness also>


   
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(@bufflildude)
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that's one of the greatest inventions for bb. gets rid of most the fat and cooks it so quick. i have the medium one, lets me cook more at once.

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BacardiSlang
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I hear ya buff, 12oz flank steak done medium in 6 minutes....life is good.


   
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(@quadgod)
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The GF is possibly my best investment yet. I got it about a year ago, and use it at least 5 nights a week.


   
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TheWon
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Bump for the GF

I just got the biggest Foreman grill for XMAS and we've been using it a few times a week ever since. It does fish pretty well, either the fresh or frozen kind are fine. It cooks them in like 4 minutes or so. A little hot sauce and some brown rice and you're good to go!!!


   
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(@alsteek)
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i use that thing all the time, i even bought a small one for work, Reheated chicken, and fish taste horrible, so with one at home, and 1 at work i always have fresh cooked foods.


   
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(@bryguy)
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I've had one for a while.They're fast and easy to use.But it's hard to beat cooking over a fire on the Weber.


   
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Titaniumspine
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Best Grill on the Market!


   
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The 5th Element
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yeah my pops has a Weber and he cooked up some NICE filets when i was home over break from school, WOW!


   
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MrBig01
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I use my foreman all the time for chicken , its tasts great and is quick , excellent investment .
whats this webster , everyone is talking about ?


   
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lbumgar1
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I would die without my large George Foreman


   
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