Old beer? Put it to good use

02/28/2008 | MyrtleBeachOnline.com (S.C.)

Flat beer makes for an awful drink, but it sure is a great cooking ingredient, according to Annette Gooch. "The mild acids in beer make it useful for marinating and for poaching, braising and stewing," she writes. If you don't have flat beer, she suggests flattening it by opening the can or bottle and letting it sit for 30 minutes at room temperature.

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