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Old 04-04-2019, 10:44 PM   #1
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Default A testimonial to Harvest Brine

I placed an order for some Q Salt and Harvest Brine a while back, and was pleasantly surprised to receive a "To All the Ribs I've Rubbed Before" sampler...which I've yet to use but it's quite tasty.

Anyhow, I dry brined some chicken breasts with the Harvest Brine and ended up throwing them in the sous vide, because the weather here has sucked lately and life has happened. I ended up pan searing a couple, and leaving the others in the bags for later use. Then......they disappeared.

Turns out my wife was a big fan, she cubed up the breasts and put them on salads....and then something unprecedented happened...........she requested something I made.......again.

So tonight I threw a few more in a bag with Harvest Brine, and with the nicer weather I hope to grill these, but having tasted they last batch, even the un-seared ones taken straight from the vac bag...it does elevate an otherwise bland and boring piece of meat.

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Old 04-04-2019, 10:55 PM   #2
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Happy Wife Happy Life, sounds like great recommendation for Harvest Brine.
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If it can make a chicken breast good...then that's saying a lot!
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I will have to give that a shot. If it works on my wife, she may just 'thank' me for it
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NICE Harvest Brine and the rest of Johns products are good stuff
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Sudsandswine....
Thanks for such a great testimonial!

While I can’t promise to make everyone’s wife/spouse happy (including my own), I can guarantee that Harvest Brine will make chicken (or pork or turkey) taste better.
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