How do I make beef soft without a pressure cooker?

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6 Ways to Tenderize a Tough Cut of Meat
  • Pound it out. Pounding softens and tenderizes meat, making it easier to cut and eat. ...
  • Harness the power of salt. ...
  • Use an acidic marinade. ...
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  • Give it some knife work. ...
  • Slow cook it.
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