|04-09-2012, 10:26 AM||#1|
is one Smokin' Farker
Join Date: 02-09-11
Location: Kearney, MO
Official Release: Oakridge BBQ Unveils their NEW BRINE!!
Introducing, Oakridge BBQ's Newest Product; Game Changer® All Purpose Brine!
Tired of dry, flavorless chicken? Would you like your pork chops to be bursting with flavor and moisture from the inside out? Wild game just too “gamey” for you? Or, are you like many who just can’t seem to break into the top ten each weekend with your contest chicken?
Game Changer® All Purpose Brine is your answer.
We’ve taken our contest-proven top secret brine recipe and re-formulated it into an easy to dissolve powder. Just mix with water or any non-acidic liquid. Specifically designed to enhance a wide array of meats from chicken & turkey to pork, wild game and even fish, adding a high degree of moisture and flavor INTO the meat, naturally. We use only the highest grade 100% ALL NATURAL ingredients. Absolutely ZERO phosphates, nitrates, nitrites, fillers, anti-caking agents, artificial flavors or colors. Gluten and allergen free.
In our product testing phase earlier this year, we secretly gave this new brine to our team of professional barbecue cooks and let them try it out on the contest circuit. Not only did they love it, in this short time, this new brine has already accounted for over a half-dozen Top Three chicken calls and three Grand Championships!
Ingredients: Sea salt, raw cane sugar, garlic, black pepper, onion, spices, chilies, blackstrap molasses, maltodextrin.
One pound of brine mix will make one gallon of finished brine at full strength or 2 gallons at half-strength.
Available in 1 & 2 lb stock sizes, with 5, 10 and 25 lb bulk sizes also available.
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|04-10-2012, 04:07 PM||#3|
Full Fledged Farker
Join Date: 11-22-11
Location: Waconia, MN
Excited to give this a try this weekend. I think I'll do half with and half without and compare the difference. Just over a month to our first competition, need to nail down the details!
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=123907 - My Backwoods Pro Clone