Grill-cooking is tasty and healthy. Cooking on a grill not only adds a smoked-flavor to prepared food, but also helps unlock the real and natural taste of food. It is no wonder why so many demanding gourmets enjoy grilled food. Even during cold winters, they still cook on a grill. In addition, grill-cooked food is healthy because it contains less fat than either broiled or fried food. The saturated (meat) fat is drained away by heat from the flame underneath achieving lean low-calorie food. No one likes to clean the grill. When cooking on a grill, the fat drippings and the food itself stick to the grill bars. They then become thick layers of carbonized (greasy) food residue. No matter what material or method is used for manufacturing the grill grates, they always need to be cleaned. We all hate it. So, the same grill is often used without a serious cleaning. Consequently, the food residue from earlier cooking becomes a part of the new fresh food making it taste bitter. Such food residue is known to be harmful. So, when the residue is not cleaned, many unpleasant things can occur. When you use a grill at a public park, the black thing marking your new food is actually from the previous use of the grill by someone else. In one example, someone allergic to oysters was sent to an emergency room, after eating a (beef) steak in a restaurant. And more. Now, good news for grill users.
- No need for cleaning grill grates any more
- Fits most standard grill grates thanks to its flexibility like an accordion
- Grilled food using Clean BBQ liner is tastier mainly because no black bitter tasting things marking your food
- Healthier simply because you don't eat the harmful black bitter things
- With some vegetable oil sprayed over the liner, food sticks less over the liner
- Keep the grill grate clean