Brining Is Better! Unless i didnt plan ahead... I always brine birds... parts, breasts or whole. Learned early on that brining will always produce a better product. For anyone interested.... here is a post that gives the scientific reasoning behind brining. Osmosis, expansion of cells, higher salinity outside than inside cause the meat to draw in the moisture.. all that boring stuff, but if you ointerested in the science behind it, here it is..
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