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brine

a salt solution used in the curing of meat. Standard ingredients are sodium chloride (15 to 30%) and sodium nitrate (0.15 to 1.50%) but many other ingredients may be added for special effects.

brine shrimp
see artemia.
brine staining
caused by leaky pipes carrying coolant in meat storage cold rooms. The coolant is usually calcium chloride and the stain is a pale green.
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If there is a place on your land to build a small storage pond, you can discharge the brine into it through a PVC pipe and let the water evaporate.
The location of the Pilot Plant could not be more favourable, as we will have direct access to the tail brine feed into the site, all necessary utilities, and the access to the services of an existing workforce of skilled and trained brine handling and processing technicians and engineers, all within an existing permitted and fenced brine processing site.
The court heard Brine, who represented himself, hasn't gambled since and is working at Stockton Industrial Services.
Two weeks ago, Mr Brine claimed the Government had made "a range of improvements" to "boost recruitment".
Target: Production rights for lithium extraction activities on 30,000 net brine acres with leases that overlie the Smackover formation
com/recipe/54614/turkey-brine/) brine combines a gallon of vegetable broth, a cup of sea salt, a tablespoon of crushed dried rosemary, a tablespoon of dried sage, a tablespoon of dried thyme and a tablespoon of dried savory in a large pot to boil.
Brine was called up by Florida Panthers for nine appearances in the NHL during 2006-07.
Here, we show Raman spectra of material samples involved in the formation of brine on Mars.
There's no need to brine meats headed towards the stew pot or slow cooker, and there's also no need to brine seafood.
3]) and immersed in brine with 22% concentration for about seven hours at room temperature.
The addition of brine actually dilutes the product, which allows producers to sell the item for less to the retailer.
Though some people use coolers or buckets to brine their turkeys, the easiest way is with a large brining or zip-close plastic bag.