Cooking a Chuck Roast can be a daunting task. It's a larger cut of beef, and when you learn to cook it the right way it will turn into a staple in any kitchen. We all love ingredients that can be thrown in a slow cooker or made into freezer meals for later use (like this Mexican Pot Roast). It saves us time and allows us to spend more of that time eating, which, let's be real, is the best part of most days. We've pinpointed the most important 5 habits to break when cooking Chuck Roast, so that cooking a large cut of beef is as easy as tying your shoes or brushing your teeth (which we hope you are doing at least twice a day).
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