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Unread 12-05-2011, 05:29 PM   #1
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Default Quick Question on "Processed" Meat

If a chicken, like an oven-stuffer roaster, comes in a plastic bag with the words "less than 3% water retained" printed on the label, does that mean it cannot be brined?

If a chicken cannot be brined because it's "processed", what other ways could it be smoked to be sure it's still tender, juicy, and flavorful?

Thanks for any insight.
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