Guide Gear® Cast Iron Meat Tenderizer

Item # DODX-284023

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Guide Gear® Cast Iron Meat Tenderizer. Say goodbye to tough cuts!

Easily turn any chewy steak into melt-in-your-mouth magic! This clamp-on Tenderizer can make any meat a tender treat in no time. Any cut of meat up to 1/2" thick, simply put it through the roller and give the handle a quick turn. Works great on wild game!

Also works great as a prep for marinades, allowing sauces to penetrate the meat, filling it with flavor from the inside out! Made from cast iron and steel. Measures 15 x 13 x 4".

Built to Sportsman's Guide's exact specifications, Guide Gear® stands for dependability, long-lasting quality and unmatched value!  Guaranteed!

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    I haven't tried this either. Trying to find a way to clamp it without ruining our new countertop.
  2. 4 stars
    Bought this for my wife, seems to be built very well. It is really heavy and I will have to make a mounting fixture for it due to it will not safely clamp onto any of our counter tops. Once that is done, it should make for a good unit.
  3. 1 stars
    Don't feel that the product work as good as it was supposed to. Really had problems get the steaks to go through the tenderizing cycle properly. Had to go to another vendors website and purchase a tenderizer that works properly.
  4. 5 stars
    Works great
  5. 5 stars
    AWSOME this thing works great on venison provided its not to thick 1/2 inch and less . I ran a whole pork loin through it today sliced up of course the wife loves it no more tough meat. I highly recommend it. I just wish I had bought one earlier .
  6. 5 stars
    Haven't used it yet, but is large + heavy duty - just what I was looking for.
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Tips For Good Venison In Warm Weather

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Venison Processing Tips

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Caring For Venison

Carol B. from West Virginia asked why some venison she cooked tasted bad. There could be a myriad of reasons for venison not tasting good, but the primary one probably has to do with the hunter, how it was gutted, and subsequently taken care of after the deer expired.
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From The Field To The Table — Some Tips For Preserving Your Game

Here are some tips on how to prepare your wild game for the freezer from Barbara Willenberg and Karla Vollmar Hughes from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Missouri. To make sure that meat you harvest tastes as good as it can, follow these tips -- they'll make you a hero in the kitchen!
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