Marination is a simple yet powerful cooking procedure. Letting meat or vegetables soak in a mixture to add flavor sounds fundamental.
But it's a flexible method that enables cooks to achieve a variety of effects.
Even though marinating can be done in many different ways, there are still some situations and tools you should avoid.
Technically, you can use stainless steel to marinate because it doesn't have pores and is very durable, which is why it is used so often in the kitchen.
If your stainless-steel pot is food-safe and high-quality, you may use it to marinate meat without affecting the taste.
Beyond Meat says metal-dressed marinades cause problems when the bowl is of poor quality if the marinade is acidic.