So I had a chuck roast in the slow cooker today. Cooked it most of the day, cut some off for dinner when it was done, took the veggies out, and left the rest of the beef in to get even more tender and awesome. It was being cooked in beef broth with a little onion, garlic, salt and pepper.
My roommate, who apparently still doesn't understand my aversion to having my food messed with, decided to be "helpful" and add water to it because he thought it was getting dry. He added a LOT. Like, enough to cover the whole thing! It was practically being boiled. I pulled a corner off and tasted it and it was so blah and bland, not rich or flavorful at all like it had been a few hours before. I took it out so it wouldn't continue to sit in that water and put it in the fridge for now because it's late and I wasn't sure what to do with it, and frankly I don't want to be in the kitchen dealing with his stupid, meddling self.
Is there anything I can do to save this roast? I hate the thought of throwing it out but I also hate the thought of eating it as it is.