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Unread 11-05-2012, 07:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by caseydog View Post
I am not a scientist, but I do like to brine. But, regardless whether it adds moisture or tenderness (which I think it does), I load up my brine with fresh herbs from my garden, and there is NO doubt that I taste those herbs in my rotisserie cooked chicken. There is also no doubt that my chickens are moist and tender.

The moist and tender part could possibly be a fluke, but I know what my fresh herbs taste like, and I taste them in my chickens. So, something good is happening in that overnight brine.

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Absolutely. I load up my brine with fresh chopped oregano & thyme from my garden. It also helps when you re-heat the leftovers.
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