Corned Beef Uncook
Why are they called Corned Beef Uncook?
Corned beef got its name from the dry curing process used to preserve the meat. A slice of beef was covered in “corns” (large, coarse pellets of salt), which would draw out the moisture and prevent the growth of bacteria.
Corned beef is a popular meat for St. Patrick’s Day meals and comforting boiled dinners, but don’t wait for spring to enjoy the flavorful meat. The most common cuts of corned beef are the brisket; either flat cut or point cut. The pointcut is delicious, but it is fattier throughout and doesn’t slice well; use it if you want shredded corned beef for sandwiches and leftovers. The flat cut is the best choice if you want to serve neat slices. Some other cuts you might find are the eye-of-round and bottom round. Both are leaner than the brisket cuts but not as tender