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Unread 09-23-2011, 11:13 AM   #1
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How many people use a little frig on their trailer to help "dry out" their chicken skin overnight? A lot of folks talk about leaving it in the frig for a while uncovered to dry out the skin. I was just wondering if you could buy a dorm sized frig, mount it on the trailer and dry it out in there overnight or so.

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Unread 09-23-2011, 12:34 PM   #2
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Don't see why not. As long as you're on a site with electricity or pack your own generator.
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seems a bit extreme just to dry out some chicken skin.

btw, i find dried out scraped chicken skin to not work very well. ymmv.
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seems a bit extreme just to dry out some chicken skin.

btw, i find dried out scraped chicken skin to not work very well. ymmv.
It could double as a beer cooler....
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It could double as a beer cooler....
then you'd need a full size.
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You ain't seen my "dorm size" fridge......
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I'd need that new french door fridge since I'm sure I won't be the only one drinking a cold beverage.
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I have one of those mini Coke fridges. Perfect size and it holds full size hotel pans. Along with with about 4 cases of beer. I used to jave it plugged in to an invertor, but now just plug it in when i get to the comp. Got it used from a restaurant supply place.
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Well its mostly IBCA and LSBS around here and we turn in half chickens. It does help to dry out the skin some. No scraping unless you are a plastic surgeon in your day job.
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Well its mostly IBCA and LSBS around here and we turn in half chickens. It does help to dry out the skin some. No scraping unless you are a plastic surgeon in your day job.
ah, now that makes sense. i do find drying out chicken wings is beneficial.
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