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In Mario's brining video, it looks like chef does not cover whole bird. Should I cover bird with brine meaning inside cavity?!!?

asked by susannapaperoranges 11 months ago

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Kenzi Wilbur

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added 11 months ago

Meaning inside cavity, yes! If you're referring to this video: https://food52.com/blog..., just the ends of its legs are left outside of the bird; you'll want to cover everything you can with a wet brine.

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