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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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Through the months, Hall and Brining have become friends.
With all he has lost, Brining is still pretty optimistic.
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries ( DAFF ) announced that it intends to cap the brining of chicken portions (IQF) at a level of 15% and to cap the brining of whole birds at 10%.
AFGRI is in support of DAFF s proposed regulation based on its opinion that the maximum brining levels suggested are ethical, fair, reasonable and scientifically justifiable said Izk Breitenbach, MD of AFGRI Poultry.
The reduction in brining levels will not only provide transparency to consumers but will furthermore create a better legal framework for compliance with the regulation.
Brining will be delivering to our partners in the second half of 2008," said Monty Holloway, Vice President, Sales and Channels at Palisade Systems.
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Brining is a simple technique in which cooks submerge the turkey in a saltwater mixture -- using coarse kosher salt -- prior to cooking to keep the turkey hydrated.
Morton's Ultimate Guide to Brining provides tips and advice, brining recipes, storage ideas, as well as FAQs regarding the process.
Others suggest using kosher chicken, which doesn't require brining.
Brining is a simple technique in which you submerge the turkey in a saltwater mixture, using coarse kosher salt, prior to cooking to keep the turkey hydrated.
While Murray's brining recipe and technique remains a secret, the basic all-natural ingredients include sea salt, turbanado sugar and fresh well water.