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ugatab 02-15-2012 10:44 AM

Containers for Pork Brines
 
Gentleman...first post, so I apologize if this has been discussed before and I couldn't find! However, I need help with locating some specific BBQ equipment.

I'm looking for a 6-8 quart, vacuum-sealed container to "marinate" pork shoulders / butts in a brine. My thought is a vacuum-sealed container would allow shorter periods of time for the brine to work...basically forcing the brine / flavors into the meat...like pressure cooking but without the heat.

I know I could just buy a similarly sized lexan container most may use, but again I was hoping to shorten the amount of time required typically to brine. Thanks for any advice / leads!


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