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Brining is a process used in cooking, similar to marination, in which an individual submerges food in brine, or salt water. Brine may have sugar, spices or other flavoring agents added to enhance the flavor of the food, ... More »

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Brine steak properly by selecting a coarse salt, allowing an hour of brine time per inch of steak, and fully rinsing and drying the meat once the brining is complete. After rinsing off the brine, don't further salt the m... More »

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As of 2015, Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond and Williams-Sonoma sell brining bags online. Price, availability and selection of brine bags vary by merchant and location. More »

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Prepare cockle clams for cooking by placing them in a bucket of salt water to remove dirt and debris. The clams should stay in the water from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Steaming is the preferred method for cooking cockle clam... More »

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To can beets using the water bath method, clean and skin the beets, chop them, boil the brine, pack the beets and brine into jars, and process them in a water bath canner. This recipe yields 6 pints. More »

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Achiote, or Bixa orellana, is an evergreen shrub and small tree native to Central and South America that produces seeds used in cooking, especially in Latin American and Caribbean cuisines. The pulp surrounding the seed ... More »

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