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Brine


MarblesMom

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Comrades, the turkey is in the brine.  I repeat, the turkey is in the brine.  This is not a drill.

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DaniLouisiana

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Remy almost ended up in the brining bag with the turkey. Samsam danced all over the kitchen.

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MarblesMom

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I love the fact my turkey is bathing in a white bucket.  A sanitized white bucket.  

Sweet circle of life, I am using a white bucket.  For food.

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Grimalkin

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    True story, I used one of those giant oven bags to brine my turkey this year because the whole white bucket thing just grossed me out and I was already in a bad mood.

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MarblesMom

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I get you, @Grimalkin!  The whole thing with the white buckets - I was snickering most of the time.

Tell me your brine recipe!

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PennySycamore

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The white bucket thing is one reason I've not tried brining my turkey.  My usual recipe works fine.  I know you don't have to use a white bucket, but you do need space in your fridge which I don't have.

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MarblesMom

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This is the "party" bonus fridge in the garage. 

If I had to use the one in here, no way.  It never would have worked.

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MarblesMom

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@Blahblah let me introduce you to the Naugler thread and their ... use.... of white buckets.  And I am sorry for introducing you, but yet, you need to know.

I think it starts here:  http://www.freejinger.org/topic/23282-naugler-family-10-children-removed-from-home/

 

And it goes on and on.  Not just on FJ, everywhere.

Final word: my white bucket was pristine, and no one had had to lay in the yard in pain.

Here, Grappa!  Here, Cognac!  Come on, ya'll are needed.  

ETA I almost feel guilty telling you about this.  I am sure you have more important things happening in your life.  

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Blahblah

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Ah. Ok. It's like that is it :D

Haven't been down that rabbit hole yet. I get limited time here so have been selective about where I venture. If you don't see me for a while please send in the ferrets.

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