Thread: Brine Question?
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Old 02-06-2013, 09:21 AM   #5
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Hi John, how have you been? Look at the wood you might be using..I only use apple, fruit wood or maple. The hard woods overpower the smoke, maybe try the hardwood to get that deeper wood smoke flavor and if anything I try to be under smoked with poultry. All honesty, good fresh chicken does not need a brine, however cant hurt, but I think it will go bitter with liq smoke. Even when the chicken is grilled on lump, it has a nice wood flavor...
For judging it's better to be safe....
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