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Old 11-13-2019, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default Test run Harvest Brine

3 lbs chicken breast... 3 tsp harvest brine..... 8.5 hrs





185F internal temp




Super moist and flavor migrated .. touching all parts of the meat!

Fantastic!

Who is up for dishes?

Turkey is next in line!
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Old 11-13-2019, 08:59 PM   #2
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Great loooking meal.
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Nice Zip but why so high on the finish temp?
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Nice Zip but why so high on the finish temp?
My guess,get the veggies done.
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Nice Zip but why so high on the finish temp?
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Normally I carry chicken to 170F, but I was testing to see how this brine did if the beer kicked in and the bird was taken out late or a bad therm probe...
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Normally I carry chicken to 170F, but I was testing to see how this brine did if the beer kicked in and the bird was taken out late or a bad therm probe...
Haha! I think you might be my spirit animal!

Thanks for doing a test run here and it looks great. I just bought a big bag of Harvest Brine as I'm doing a bunch of turkeys on Thanksgiving. Good to see it's really just as simple as applying, waiting, and then smoking it. Cheers and thanks for the phost.
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Nice cooking, thanks for the review!

I wouldn’t recommend everyone take chicken breasts to 185F, but nice to know it possible
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