A new study published in the latest issue of Cancer says that cooking meat at lower temperatures could reduce your risk of cancer. Coincidentally, we happen to be in the prime season for slow-and-low cooking. So break out the crock pot and fire up the immersion circulator—now you finally have a good excuse to sous vide! Here are seven potentially better-for-you meat recipes.
1. Slow-Roasted Pork
Hunter and metal artist Audwin McGee is a big fan of slow-cooked meats: "You just can't mess up a big hunk of pork." His pork is smothered in a garlic-rosemary paste, then cooked at a low temperature for several hours until it's supertender.
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2. Asian Beef with Basil
This hearty, Franco-Asian beef stew gets a fresh kick from basil and hot chiles.