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Old 09-28-2004, 01:49 PM   #1
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GB - quick brining question

should I be stirring that brine at all?

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I spoke too soon on the Chicken, Turkey topic. Thanks, Alix. Won't touch it, then.
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Just stir it at the very beginning to dissolve the salt/sugar and whatever else you have in there that can dissolve, but once that is done then as Alix said there is no need to stir anymore.
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Whoo...good timing on my part.
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