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Old 04-19-2012, 01:03 PM   #16
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Thanks for the review. I have my brine but have yet to get a chance to try it. Correct me if I am wrong but I thought it was 8oz per gallon at full strength so you could get 2 gallons at full strength from a 1# bag. Granted, this is from memory and so I could be mistaken.
Well, it depends... One pound of dry brine will make 1 gallon of finished brine at full strength, or 2 gallons of finished brine at half-strength.

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For FULL STRENGTH: Mix 1 level cup (8 oz.) of dry brine mixture to ˝ gallon (64 oz.) of water. One pound of brine (2 level cups) will make one gallon of finished brine at full strength.

For HALF STRENGTH: Mix ˝ level cup (4 oz.) of dry brine mixture to ˝ gallon (64 oz.) of water. One pound of brine (2 level cups) will make two gallons of finished brine at half strength. Use half strength recipe if extended brine times are desired or for enhanced meats.
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Old 04-19-2012, 01:08 PM   #17
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Gotcha, thanks Mike. Like I mentioned, I was just going off memory but that does sound better now that I read it.
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Old 04-19-2012, 01:13 PM   #18
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Gotcha, thanks Mike. Like I mentioned, I was just going off memory but that does sound better now that I read it.
Hey, no problem! But keep in mind, these ratios are just a jumping-off point. Feel free to experiment with it, in fact, I encourage it! Not only with the ratio, but also what liquid(s) you use. Once you've tried it with plain cold water, here's some ideas...
  • apple juice
  • beer
  • ginger ale
  • sprite
  • white grape juice
  • peach nectar
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