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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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Brining works well to moisturize meats headed towards the deep fryer, the grill or the hot cast iron pan.
While the introduction of updated poultry brining regulations isnt only necessary, but generally welcomed by the South African poultry industry, the current proposal by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) seems to contain a number of unintentional errors, and possible consequences that could negatively impact local consumers.
Brining not only preserves vegetables, it also makes them more digestible and nutritious.
Brining appreciates his new co-worker's doggedness.
Aside from making lean meat more moist and tender, brining can also bring different flavors to the table.
Place the turkey in a 5-gallon container lined with a large brining or oven-roasting bag.
AFGRI Limited ( AFGRI ), a leading listed South African agricultural services and foods group, announced today that it is in support of the proposed brining legislation.
To slow things down and avoid overcooking, shield it by tenting with an 8x10-inch piece of foil for the last third of the cooking ti Christopher Kimball, founder and editor of Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines, advocates brining a fresh turkey.
Brining time varies with the size of the bird; bigger ones take longer.
In keeping with an annual company tradition, Foster Farms will be available to share valuable insights into holiday cooking, including how to update Thanksgiving turkey recipes using the latest barbecuing, brining, deep-frying and smoking techniques.