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    Brines?

    So my question is I read an article here on brines but I have done taste test and there is a huge difference between the two.

    Light beer and citrus marinade has taken the cake every time.

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    What two brines are you referring to? And how does the marinade you're speaking of relate?

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      Brines/Marinades

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        Well a brine is just salt, no flavor. Obviously a marinade is flavorings, and often salt too. If your marinade has salt in it, then you get salt penetration and flavorings that will deposit on the surface, which adds more punch to the flavor than salt alone.

        Try a dry brine overnight, then a marinade. Best of both worlds.

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