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Unread 02-08-2013, 08:05 AM   #16
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I use MooGloo from modernist pantry. It doesn't take a ton of it, but you need to make sure you get all the fat from the skin, because the enzyme won't adhere fat to meat - just meat to meat. Use it in a shaker, and use it sparingly - a little goes a long way, and it's a surefire method of bite through skin.
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Meat glue is $100 for 2 lbs. I'll try the egg whites first.
or you could go this route:

http://www.modernistpantry.com/moo-g...utaminase.html
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leave the skins large enough, and trim down the thighs enough so the skin wraps around and touches itself. During the cooking process the skin will cook together and "fuse".
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while not absolutely necessary, meat glue is a guarantee. if it's OK for IQUE(per the book)it's OK with me.

it's completely undetectable.
Same feelings here
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Honestly, I feel there's a lot of overcomplication that people put on chicken.

We don't debone, we don't scrape, we don't glue. We just trim neatly and cook good, consistent chicken with a nice flavor on it.

I think that there are so many variations of temperature and process that you just have to find what works best with your pit to produce that end result. We've had a number of wildly different processes over the years for chicken, and all of them work -- you just use the one that works best with your pit and your schedule, that produces a consistent result for you.
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Have never put any Elmer's on our Chix, and the only times in the last five years we haven't had bite-thru is when we screwed up the cook. (And I can only think of 2-3 times that happened)

Prep well and perfect your cooking technique and you won't need any chemical or mechanical help for your chicken skin.
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