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Old 12-12-2012, 06:50 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Richtee View Post
Sorry I'm late to this discussion...

Hi..Rich "The Mad Hunky" here... I wnted to address the "bit pricy" comment... actually, Sav you did not use the brine in the most efficient way. There is no need to "float" the meat in a pot... that's just wasting product.

Those 4 chops could have been done in only a pint of brine..about 2-3 tablespoons powder and a pint of water by using a gallon ziplock bag and "burping" the air out so the meat remains covered in the brine. That's all it will take to get the job done!

Glad you enjoyed the results...

If anyone has any q's...drop me a PM :{)
Thanks Rich for showing me the way to use your product in a much more efficient manner. I will be ordering some Mad Hunky products soon.
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