Information on the Epica Marinade Injector:
Briskets, pork shoulders and other large, dense cuts of meat are no problem for this injector. It won’t bend or break under heavy pressure, and the 3-ring handle gives you a secure grip for leverage. Silicon gaskets on the plunger and needle prevent leaks as you work.
With liquid marinades, use the needle with multiple side holes for maximum dispersion throughout the meat fibers. For solids such as minced herbs, onions and garlic, choose the needle with the large end hole that allows them to pass through without getting stuck. Both are 6″ long to send flavorings deep within the meat.
To fill the injector quickly, simply unscrew the cap on top. The barrel holds a generous 2 ounces of marinade, so you don’t have to stop and reload so often.
The detachable lid and needles also make this injector easy to clean. It can be washed by hand or go right in the dishwasher
The Epica Marinade Injector has a three ring handle which worked great for me. As some of you know, I have arthritis in my hands and this three ring system not only made it easy to inject the marinade, but my hands did not hurt and I got a good grip on it. Kudos for that! I made several injections into the meat and the ease of pressing down on the plunger was wonderful.
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