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Posted by: Buckethead on 2019/10/18 06:08:56  

In Reply to: Heritage bird posted by Bordello on 2019/10/16 19:55:05

It could be injected, vacuum tumbled, or just set in a solution to gain moisture. If you brine a bird at home you will gain moisture from the bird setting in the brine. The reason for brining is to add flavor and moisture. The big poultry companies do it mainly for PROFIT.
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